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ACADEMIC EDUCATION
1986 Ph.D., University of Virginia (German)
1984-1986 Graduate Studies, University of Virginia
1982-1984 Graduate Studies, Oxford University, Great Britain
1982 M.A. (Staatsexamen), Phillips-Universität Marburg, Germany
1977-1982 Undergraduate studies at the Phillips-University of Marburg, Germany, University of Erlangen, Germany, University of Millersville, PA., University of Salamanca, Spain, and University of Urbino, Italy

VISITING PROFESSORSHIP

2017 Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June 

2016 St. Mary Immaculate, Limerick, Ireland/Univ. of New Mexico (June-July)

2015 University of Bristol, UK (Oct.)

2015 Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Ciudad de Mexico (Sept.)

2015 Keio University, Tokyo, Japan (March)

2014 Eurasian National Gumiljov-University, Astana, Kaszakhstan, May 2014

2013 Rikkyo University, Tokyo (June-July)

2012, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden (March)

2011 Director, Cambridge Summer Program (with ASU)

2010 Cambridge Summer Program (with ASU)

2010 Visiting Professor, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South-Korea

2009 Visiting Professor, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (June-July)

2008 Visiting Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland, October

2008 Visiting Professor, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct.), Institute of History and Institute of Education

2008 Visiting Professor, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South-Korea

2005 Visiting Guest Professor, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, November

2004 Visiting Guest Professor, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, March

2003 Visiting Guest Professor, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March

2001 Visiting Guest Professor, Universidad de Valencia, Spain, November

1999 Visiting Professor, Eötvös-Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, May-August

1997 Adjunct Professor, Summer Program, University of New York at New Paltz, in Stade, Germany

1996 Summer Visiting Professor, Universities of Trieste, Italy, and Freiburg, Germany

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2014- present Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course

2013 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2012 Summer Abroad, Cambridge Medieval and Renaissance Program, ASU/ACMRS
2011 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2010 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2009 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2008 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2007 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2006 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2005 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval England Travel Course
2004 Director, Summer Abroad Program, Medieval Europe Travel Course
2001-2003 Faculty Consultant, College Board AP, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ (San Antonio, TX)
2000 Director, Summer Program, Arizona in Germany, Heidelberg, July-August
1994 Full Professor of German Studies, University of Arizona
1992-1994 Associate Professor of German, University of Arizona
1987-1992 Assistant Professor of German, University of Arizona
1986-1987 Lecturer, Department of German, University of Virginia

HONORS (selection only from 2009-2016

2016 NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, Certificate of Merit (Faculty Advising Category)

2015 Selection for the NEH Seminar "The Mediterrannean Connection," Barcelona, July
2015 Excellence in Academic Advising Faculty Advisory Award, UA (May)

2014    Interview on “Marriage, Family, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages,” with Marginalia: Los Angeles Review of Books, Sept. 30, 2014: http://marginalia.lareviewofbooks.org/an-interview-with-albrecht-classe…
2014    Interviewed by Max Lancaster for his article “High expectations, no grade inflation,” Arizona Daily Wildcat, 9-18-14.
2014    Article about my visit to Borsum, Germany, in the Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung 7-19-2014: “Auf den Spuren der Jesuiten”
2014    Interview by Bill Buckmaster, Buckmaster Radio Talk Show: http://www.buckmastershow.com/2014/04/09/buckmaster-show-492014-tucson-… (ca. at min. 30)
2014    Report about our new Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies, The Daily Wildcat 2-10-14 (http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2014/02/new-minor-is-positively-…)
2014    Invited to join and new member of Faculty Row: America’s Top Faculty (http://facultyrow.com/)
2013-2015 Member of the Arizona Council for the Humanities Road Scholars’ Roster (Speaker)
2013    Blurb on the back cover of G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., Tree of Salvation: Yggdrasil and the Cross in the North (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
2013    Interview by the Boston Globe (on the medieval Chastity Belt), 11-11-13 (at: http://www.boston.com/blogs/news/opinion/bostoncomment/2013/11/do_we_re…)
2013    Interview by the Arizona Daily Wildcat (on Chivalry), Oct., “Basic morals of chivalry still relevant,” 10-30-13, p. 4
2013    Sterling Membership of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (http://rmmla.innoved.org/rmmla/SterlingMembers.asp)
2013    Nomination for the Alexander-von-Humboldt Stiftungspreis by Prof. Reinhold Glei, Universität Bochum (not successful)    
2013    Interview by KAMP Student Radio Station, UA, Sept. 9 by DJ Red Viking of the Archers (http://vandalgoth78.podomatic.com/entry/2013-09-14T11_18_26-07_00)
2013    Interviewed by Arizona Daily Wildcat, 9-10-2013, on “Google Glass not for classroom”     (http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2013/09/google-glass-could-alter…)
2013    Pre-Selection for the NEH Summer Stipend, 2014, by the University of Arizona        
2013    Nomination for the Dan Shilling Public Humanities Scholar Award, April
2013    Interview by Brigham Young Radio, Provo, on the Relevance of the Middle Ages for UsToday, April 4: “Positively Medieval” (Thinking Aloud:     http://media.byub.org/mp3/fmarchive/thinkingaloud/2013/4/ta130404.mp3)
2013    Honorable mention in List of top professors at Affordable Large Universities:             http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/awards-and-recognition/top-prof…
2013    Honorable mention in Green Valley News & Sun, “UA architecture gives history lesson,” March 4 (http://www.gvnews.com/news/local/ua-architecture-gives-history-lesson/a…
2013    Honorable article about two recent books, Early History of the Southwest Through the Eyes of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries and The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit Missionary Philipp Segesser, in Kino Heritage Society Newsletter,     http://padrekino.com/index.php/news/ (2013)
2013    Commentary on Robert Göbel’s volume of poetry, Der kleine Tod und das Leben (Berlin: Rhombos, 2012) on back cover.
2012    Nominated and invited as their most favored professor of COH by Nicholas McNutt and Mason Storm Byrd to the COH Pre-Commencement
2012    Interviewed by Bill Buckmaster on the Buckmaster Radio Talk Show: http://tucsoncitizen.com/buckmaster-show/2012/12/05/buckmaster-show-125…; reaired on 1-1-13.
2012    Twitter Correspondent for Pro7 SAT1, TV, Germany, tv station, Dec. 3 (Ken Follet, Tore     der Welt)
2012    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Arizona Professor of the Year (for the state of Arizona)
2012    Honorary Member of Golden Key International Honour Society, Arizona Chapter
2012    AATG Friend of German Award in recognition of exemplary leadership in the advocacyof German and German language education at the local, regional, or national level
2012    Featured in US Today College, Nov. 2012: http://www.usatodayeducate.com/staging/index.php/state-winners-2012-u-s…; and mentioned in US Today, Nov. 27, 2012
2012    Featured in the Arizona Daily Star 11-14-2012: http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2012/11/classen-awards-teacher-a…
2012    Featured in Global Research 11.2 (2012) (Global Initiative Newsletter, UA)
2012    Honorable invitation to lunch, “Take Your Faculty Member to Lunch,” Oct.
2012    Honorable mention and acknowledgment by Miguel Angel Batista Morale in his Master     Thesis “Cecati 118 Nogales Sonora: Curso de Asistente de Enfermeria: Tesis para optar     el titulo de Asistente de Enfermeria,” Feb.
2012    Interview by Tony Paniagua, KUAT, Arizona Public Media: https://www.azpm.org/s/10273-united-states-constitution-celebrates-225t… (Sept. 18)
2012    Interview by Bill Buckmaster on Buckmastershow.com (9-5-12) about my new book The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit  Misssionary Philipp Segesser (1689-1762). Interview starts around minute 29:00 (Sept. 5, 2012). For an aticle in TucsonCitizen.com about this     Segesser, see online blog at:      publication,http://tucsoncitizen.com/community/2012/09/05/jesuit-missionary-segesse….
2012    Appointment as Research Ambassador for the DAAD, USA
2012    Article about my visit in Borsum and Hildesheim in the newspaper Hildesheimer Land, 6-19-2012
2012    Cited as authority in the national TV Show “Jeopardy” (May 18 and Sept. 14, category AC)
2012    Quoted on the back of the dust jacket of Len Scales’s The Shaping of German Identity: Authority and Crisis, 1245-1414 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012).
2012    Appointment as external reviewer for Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (MIUR)
2012    Nominated and invited as their most favored professor of COH by Abigail Cochrane, Afsaneh Sarabi, Afsaneh Sabai, Halil Fried, and Kevin Spencer Jung for the Pre-Commencement Ceremony, May
2012    Nomination for election into the executive committee of the Division on German Literature to 1700, MLA
2012    Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades, March
2012    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council
2012    Award of the “Outstanding Academic Title” for Handbook of Medieval Studies (2010) by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (selection from 7,263 titles reviewed and 25,000 submitted)
2011    Nomination for the Carnegie Professor of the Year Award, Dec.
2011    Guest appearance on the Buckproduction TV station, Toronto, for a sequence on the medieval chastity belt (with Steve Santini), Dec.; aired on Feb 14, 2012 at 9:30pm EST.
2011    Honorable invitation to the Pi Beta Phi Sorority annual fall scholarship dinner, Nov.
2011    Honorable invitation to the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority annual fall scholarship dinner, Oct.
2011    Dust jacket comment on Richard F. Cassady, The Emperor and the Saint (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2011).
2011    Honorable mention in UA News: http://www.uanews.org/node/35917 (Jan.) for the Handbook of Medieval Studies
2010/211 Featured speaker in the AZ PBS show “The Secrets of the Divine,” Nov. 18 and 21 (http://originals.azpm.org/secrets/). Also aired on national PBS, Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011, 7 p.m. EST (Nominated in 3 categories for Rocky Mountain Emmies, Oct. 2011; received the award)
2010    Nominee, U.S. Professors of the Year Award
2010    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council
2010    Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades, April
2010    Honors Professor, Honors College, UA
2010    Honorable mention of book publication, Tierliebe im Mittelalter, Dolomiten, Feb. 13/14, 2010, p. 10
2010    Extensive article on talk at Texas Tech in The Daily Toreador Feb. 5, 2010, p. 3
2009    Honorable mention by Peter Dinzelbacher for help with his Introduction to Henry C. Lea, Studies in Church History (1883; Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Bachmann, 2009), 3*
2009    Interview by SWR2 Kultur (Südwestrundfunk), Freiburg, Germany, about the “German Volkslied,” Nov. 29, 6:00-6:30 p.m.
2009    Honorable Dinner invitation to ΧΏ Sorority, University of Arizona, Oct.
2009    Article on research dedicated to the Swiss Jesuit Philipp Segesser, Neue Luzerner Zeitung, Oct. 28, No. 249.
2009    Invitation to serve as Field Editor for the Edwin Mellen Press (I rejected)
2009    Nomination for the Carnegie Professor of the Year Award
2009    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council
2009    Interviewed for article “Clickers too complicated?,” Arizona Daily Wildcat, Sept. 16, 2009

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (selected)
2010-2013 and 2015-2017 Vice President/President/Past President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2010-present Chair, University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee (UAMARRC)
2010-present Vice President/President Elect, AZ AATG
2009-present Editor of Mediaevistik
2008-2009 President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2007-2008 Chair, University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee (UAMARRC)
2006-present Co-Editor (with Marilyn Sandidge), "Fundamentals of Medieval Culture and Literature" Book Series, for de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
2006-2008 President, AZ AATG
2005-2006 Vice President, AZ AATG
2003-2004 President, Society for German Renaissance and Baroque Literature
2002-2005 President, AZ AATG
2002-2003 President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2001-2002 Vice President/President Elect, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2000-2002 Vice President/President Elect, AZ AATG
1994-2008 Co-Editor of Mediaevistik
1996-1997 Member, Executive Council, American Association of Teachers of German (AATG)
1992-1996, 1997-1998 President, Arizona Chapter, AATG
1996-1997 President, National Chapter Presidents’ Assembly, AATG
1995 Organizer, Workshop, Arizona Chapter, AATG, Tempe, AZ
1994 Organizer, 10 sessions, International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI
1993 Organizer, 8 sessions, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Great Britain
1993-present Editor, Tristania
1991-1994, 1995-present Undergraduate Advisor, Department of German Studies

RECENT AWARDS AND GRANT

2015   Faculty Advising Award, University of Arizona

2014    NEH Summer Research Grant
2013    Sterling Membership of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2013    DAAD Summer Research Grant
2012    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Arizona Professor of the Year (for the state of Arizona)
2012    Honorary Member of Golden Key International Honour Society, Arizona Chapter
2012    AATG Friend of German Award in recognition of exemplary leadership in the advocacy     of German and German language education at the local, regional, or national level
2012 Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades (UoA)
2012 Award of the “Outstanding Academic Title” for Handbook of Medieval Studies (2010) by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (selection from 7,263 titles reviewed and 25,000 submitted)
2010, 2011, and 2012 Nomination, Carnegie U.S. Professor of the Year
2009 Nomination, Carnegie U.S. Professor of the Year
2009 Five Star Faculty Award (student only nomination), University of Arizona
2008 Henry & Phyllis Koffler Prize for Research (the highest award granted for research at the University of Arizona)
2008 NEH Summer Institute, Oxford, UK
2007 Outstanding Scholarly Achievement Award, Southeastern Medieval Association
2007 International Education and Service Award, ESL, University of Arizona
2007 Ehrenbürger der Stadt Borsum (near Hildesheim)
2006 AATG Outstanding German Educator Award and Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Scholarship (College-University Level) for outstanding achievement in furthering the teaching of German in schools of the United States.
2006 German Academic Exchange Service Summer Research Grant
2005 College of Humanities Advising and Mentoring Award
2005 Ordinary Member of the American Academy for Medieval and Chivalric Research
2005 Distinguished Undergraduate Advising/Mentor Award, COH
2004 University Distinguished Professor
2004 Bundesverdienstkreuz am Band, awarded by the German Government
2003 NEH Summer Seminar Participant, “Representations of the ‘Other’: Jews in Medieval Christendom,” Oxford, England (5 weeks)
2002 Humanities Seminar Faculty Teaching Award, COH, University of Arizona
2002 College of Humanities Distinguished Achievement in Humanities Educational Outreach Award
2002 Guest Coach, University of Arizona Football Team, Sept.
2001 German Academic Exchange Service Summer Research Grant
2000 New Learning Environments and Instructional Technologies Grant, U of A
1999 Provost’s General Education Teaching Award
1998 Rotary Grant for University Teachers to Serve in Developing Countries (Budapest/Hungary), for 1999
1998 Humanities Research Initiative Grant, University of Arizona
1996 and 1997 Nomination, Carnegie Professor of the Year Award.
1996 German Academic Exchange Service Summer Research Grant
1996 Humanities Research Initiative Grant, University of Arizona
1995 El Paso Natural Gas Faculty Teaching Award
1995 Research Grant, University of Arizona Foundation
1993 Independent Research Grant, U of A
1993 Faculty/Student Interaction Fund, U of A
1992 Provost's Teaching Improvement Award, U of A
1992 Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society

CAMPUS-WIDE SERVICE (selected)
2009-present, Member, Committee of Conciliation
2009 Member, Dean's Advisory Council
2007-present Faculty Fellow (Advisor to Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall)
2005-2008 Member, Committee of Academic Freedom and Tenure
2003-2005 Member, University Hearing Board
2003-2005 Member, General Education Committee
2000-2002 Member, Dean’s Advisory Council
2000-2002 Member, Committee on Conciliation
1999-2002 Member, Graduate Council
1998-present Faculty Advisor, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
1998-2000 Member, Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
1998 Workshop Series, General Education Round Table Discussion, Feb.-May
1998 Organizer and Participant, Multicultural Week
1998 Member, Committee on Graduate Study
1996-1997, 1999-2000, Member at large, Dean’s Advisory Council, U of A
1996-1998 Chair, College of Humanities Promotion & Tenure Committee, U of A

BOOK-PUBLICATIONS

1. Zur Rezeption norditalienischer Kultur des Trecento im Werk Oswalds von Wolkenstein (1376/77-1445), Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 471 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1987), iv + 364 pp.

2. Utopie und Logos. Vier Studien zu Wolframs von Eschenbach "Titurel- Fragmenten. Beiträge zur älteren Literaturgeschichte (Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 1990), 157 pp.

3. Autobiographische Lyrik des europäischen Spätmittelalters. Studien zu Hugo von Montfort, Oswald von Wolkenstein, Antonio Pucci, Charles d’Orléans, Thomas Hoccleve, Michel Beheim, Hans Rosenplüt und Alfonso Alvarez de Villasandino. Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur, 91 (Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Editions Rodopi, 1991), 674 pp.

4. Medieval German Literature. Proceedings from the 23rd International Conference, Western Michigan University, The Institute for Medieval Studies, ed. by A. C. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 507 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989). VI + 210 pp.

5. Von Otfried von Weißenburg bis zum Spätmittelalter. Proceedings from the 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, The Institute for Medieval Studies, May 4-8, 1989, ed. A. C. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 539 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990). 171 pp.

6. Women as Protagonists and Poets in the German Middle Ages. Feminist Approaches to the Study of Middle High German Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 528 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991). XXI + 242 pp.

7. Morîz von Craûn. Mittelhochdeutsch/Neuhochdeutsch. Mittelhochdeutscher Text nach der Ausgabe von Ulrich Pretzel. Übersetzung, Kommentar und Nachwort von Albrecht Classen. Universal-Bibliothek, 8796 (Stuttgart: Reclam, 1992). 176 pp.

7a. reissued with some corrections and an English introduction (Prospect Heights: Waveland Press, 2000).

7b. published online at http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen/morizcomplete.pdf (2004)

8. Tristania, a Journal dedicated to the Study of Tristan-Materials, ed. by A. Classen and W. C. McDonald, Vol. XIV (Lewiston-et al.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993). 169 pp.

9. Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German, ed. by A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993). 207 pp.

10. Tristania. Ed. by A. Classen and W. C. McDonald. Vol. XV (Lewiston-et al.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993). vi, 184 pp.  responsibility.

11. Das deutsche Mittelalter in seinen Dichtungen. Eine Anthologie vom Frühen bis zum Späten Mittelalter. Ausgewählt und übersetzt (Columbus, OH: Greyden Press, 1994), 319pp.; 2nd rev. and expanded edition (1997), 507 pp.; 3rd rev. and expanded edition (2000), 542 pp.; 4th rev. and expanded edition (Tucson: Fast Copy, 2009), 367 pp. (letter size).

12. Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages. Ed. by A.C. (New York: American Heritage Custom Publishing, 1994). 251 pp. 2nd expanded ed. 1995, 375 pp.; 3rd revised and expanded ed. 1995; reprinted 1998, 500 pp; 4th revised and expanded ed. 1999, 551 pp.; 5th revised and expanded ed. 2004, xii, 568 pp.; 6th rev. and expanded ed. 2008, 582 pp. (large page size).

13. Tristant als Mönch. Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Bibliographie (Greifwald: Reineke Verlag, 1994). xvi, 90 pp.

14. The German Volksbuch. A Critical History of a Late-Medieval Genre (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1995, reissued 1999). 302 pp.

15. Tristania, Vol. XVI. Ed. by A. Classen and W.C. McDonald (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1995). 204 pp.

16. Tristania, Vol. XVII. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996). 181 pp.

17. Diu Klage, mittelhochdeutsch - neuhochdeutsch. Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Anmerkungen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 647 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1997). 248 pp. 100% responsibility.

18. Tristania, Vol. XVIII. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998). 136 pp.

19. Deutsche Frauenlieder des fünfzehnten und sechzehnten Jahrhunderts. Authentische Stimmen in der deutschen Frauenliteratur der Frühneuzeit oder Vertreter einer poetischen Gattung (das Frauenlied?). Einleitung, Edition und Kommentar von A. Classen (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Editions Rodopi, 1999), xxxi, 228 pp. 100% responsibility.

20. The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Garland Publishing, 1999), xlii, 308 pp.

21. Tristania, Vol. XIX. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999). 147 pp.

22. Deutsche Liederbücher des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Volksliedstudien, 1 (Münster: Waxmann, 2001). 354 pp.

23. Frauen in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte. Die ersten 800 Jahre. Ein Lesebuch. Ausgewählt, übersetzt und kommentiert von A. Classen. Women in German Literature, 4 (New York: Peter Lang, 2000), xix, 337 pp.

24. Medieval German Voices in the 21st Century. The Paradigmatic Function of Medieval German Studies for German Studies. A Collection of Essays, ed. A. Classen. Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 46 (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Editions Rodopi, 2000), 252 pp. 100% responsibility.

25. Sonora - A Web-Based German Language and Culture Textbook: Focus on 18th-Century German Jesuit Travelogues: http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen/sonora.htm

26. Tristania. Vol. XX (2000). Ed. by Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, NY-Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000), 145 pp.

27. ‘Mein Seel fang an zu singen’. Religiöse Frauenlieder des 15.-16. Jahrhunderts. Kritische Studien und Textedition. Studies in Spirituality Supplements, 6 (Leuven-Paris-Sterling, VA: Peeters, 2002), 395 pp. 100% responsibility.

28. Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), lxxiii, 274 pp.

29.Verzweiflung und Hoffnung. Die Suche nach der kommunikativen Gemeinschaft in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 1 (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: Peter Lang, 2002), XXVIII, 502 pp.

30. Tristania. Vol. XXI . Ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002), 150 pp.

31. Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 352 pp.

32. Tristania Vol. XXII, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), 119 pp.

33. Late-Medieval German Women’s Poetry: Secular and Religious Songs. Trans. from the German with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay. Library of Medieval Women (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2004), 157 pp.

34. Discourses on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004), 347 pp.

35. Tristania. Vol. XXIII, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005), 121 pp.

36. Der Liebes- und Ehediskurs vom hohen Mittelalter bis zum frühen 17. Jahrhundert. Volksliedstudien, 5 (Münster, New York, Munich, and Berlin: Waxmann, 2005), vi, 378 pp.

37. Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2005), vii, 445 pp., 4 ill.

38. Mai und Beaflor. Herausgegeben, übersetzt, kommentiert und mit einer Einleitung von Albrecht Classen. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 6 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2006), xxxix, 500 pp.

39. Tristania. Vol. XXIV, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006), 162 pp.

40. The Medieval Chastity Belt: A Myth-Making Process. The New Middle Ages (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), x, 222 pp., 7 ill.

41. The Power of a Woman’s Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literature. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 1 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2007), vi, 453 pp.

42. Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Neglected Topic, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 2 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2007), vii, 575 pp., 30 ill.

43. Erotic Tales of Medieval Germany. Selected and Trans. (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2007), x, 176 pp. Rev. and expanded sec. ed. (2009), x, 187 pp.

44. Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 480 pp.

45. Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), 903 pp., 85 ill.

46. The Poems of Oswald von Wolkenstein: An English Translation of the Complete Works (1376/77-1445). The New Middle Ages (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), xi, 253 pp., 4 ill.

47. Deutsche Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts: Studien zu Martin Montanus, Hans Wilhelm Kirchhof und Michael Lindener. Koblenz-Landauer Studien zu Geistes-, Kultur- und Bildungswissenschaften, 4 (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2009), x, 200 pp.

48. Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), vii, 757 pp., 70 ill.

49. Lied und Liederbuch in der Frühen Neuzeit . Volksliedstudien, 10 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2010), 330 pp.

50. Tristania. Vol. XXV, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009), 193 pp.

51. Tiere als Freunde im Mittelalter: Eine Anthologie. Eingeleitet, ausgewählt, übersetzt und kommentiert von Gabriela Kompatscher zusammen mit Albrecht Classen und Peter Dinzelbacher (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010), 299 pp. (ca. 40%)

52. Paracelsus im Kontext der Wissenschaften seiner Zeit, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010)

53. Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010)

54-56. Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms – Methods – Trends, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 2800 pp.

57. Erasmus Widmann (1571-1634): Edition seiner weltlichen, unterhaltsamen und didaktischen Lieder und Gesänge (Berlin: Weidler, 2011).

58. Friendship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Explorations of a Fundamental Ethical Discourse, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandidge. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2010), ix, 802 pp., 18 b/w ill.

59. The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit Missionary Philipp Segesser (1689-1762). Online at: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/philipp_segessers_letters_english_t… (April 2011) (later published by ACMRS, see below)

60. Sexual Violence and Rape in the Middle Ages. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 7 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), vi, 272 pp.

61. Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), VI, 410 pp.

62. Sex im Mittelalter (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Bachmann, 2011).

63. War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature 800-1800  ed. Albrecht Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), viii, 647 pp., 33 ill.

64. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and Albrecht Classen. Vol. 23 (Frankfurt a. M., Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2010), 659 pp.

65. Medieval Answers to Modern Problems, ed. Albrecht Classen (San Diego: Cognella, 2012), 250 pp.

66. Kultur- und kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Liedes im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen, Michael Fischer, and Nils Grosch. Populäre Kultur und Musik, 3 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2012), 256 pp.

67. Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, ed. A. Classen (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012)

68. Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein Philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012)

69. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, ed. Albrecht Classen. Vol. 24 (Frankfurt a. M., Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2012), 727 pp.

70. The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit Missionary Philipp Segesser (1689-1762): An Eyewitness to the Settlement of Eighteenth-Century Sonora (Pimería Alta, ed. and trans. Albrecht Classen. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Occasional Series, 5 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012), x, 245 pp., 4 ill.

71. Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), x, 921 pp.

72. Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. (Berlin and New York De Gruyter, 2012), viii, 602 pp.

73. Early History of the Southwest through the Eyes of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries: A Transcultural Experience in the Eighteenth Century (Lanham, MD, Boulder, et al.: Lexington Books, 2013), xi, 216 pp., 10 ill.

74. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, vol. 25, ed. A. Classen (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2013), 591 pp.
 
75. East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), xii, 822 pp.

76. Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 301 pp. (ca. 70% responsibility)

77. Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 15 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2014), VI, 738 pp., 32 ill.
 
78. Love, Life, and Lust in Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 467. MRTS Texts for Teaching, 9 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2014), xxvii, 155 pp.

79. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung vol. 27 (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2014; appeared in 2015), 485 pp.

80. The Forest in Medieval German Literature: Ecocritical Readings from a Historical Perspective. Ecocritical Theory and Practice ( Lanham, Boulder, et al.: Lexington Books, 2015), 243 pp.

81-83. Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental  Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2015), 2247 pp.
 
84. Bestseller – gestern und heute: Ein Blick vom Rand zum Zentrum der Literaturwissenschaft / Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen  and Eva Parra Membrives Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016).84. 
 
85. Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016)
 
86. Reading Medieval European Women Writers: Strong Literary Witnesses from the Past (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 430 pp.
 
87. Mediaevistik, vol. 28, ed. (reviews) together with Werner Heinz (articles) (Frankfurt a.m M.: Peter Lang, 2015), 635 pp.
 

88. Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016).

89. An English Translation of Rudolf von Ems’s Der guote Gêrhart (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2016).

90. Mediaevistik Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung vol. 29 (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2016)

Projects:

Water in Medieval Literature (for Lexington Books; to appear in 2017)

Prostitution in Medieval Literature (new project)

The Reception of the Charlemagne Myth in Medieval German and Dutch Literature (new project, to appear in 2017)

 

Poetry:

Nine  volumes of my own poetry:

1. Sprachmuehlen - Spurensuchen (Lewiston: Mellen Poetry Press, 2002). 

2. Mitlesebuch Nr. 78 (Berlin: Aphaia Verlag, 2004).

online:

3. Arizona Poesie:

4. Reflexionen ueber gestern und morgen

5. Politische Reflexionen - Poetische Fragmente "

6. Sonora Wüste: Leben im Südwesten der US. Gnothikon 2012: (http://gnothikon.com/eigenverlag/arizonapoesie/) http://gnothikon.com/wp-content/uploads/arizona-poesie/albrecht_classen....)

7. Grenzerfahrungen (2012)

8. Sprachbrücken (2012)

9. Hawai'ische Impressionen (2013)

 

159 poems in journals and magazine

 

Audio-Visual Material

1. A Garland of Medieval German Verse.  Read by Albrecht Classen (Provo: The Chaucer Studio, 2002).  Compact Disc.
                       
2. Late Medieval German Women Songs. Read by Albrecht Classen (Provo: The Chaucer Studio, 2011). CD, or online at: http://creativeworks.byu.edu/chaucer/ViewItem.aspx?id=OR078

Youtube Videos

1. “Trad 104 An Introduction to Special Collections,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCaSv-Z_RmI&context=C3701aa5ADOEgsToPDsk… (Spring 2011)
2. “Courtly Love: Carmina Burana: Great Courses, Great Faculty”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_fz35YGYlA (Spring 2011)
3. “Women Poets from Early Twelfth-Century Southern France,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbP-s-QDx1s&feature=youtu.be
4. Video on “Aucassin and Nicolette,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk8WiKtuVhk (Nov. 2011)
5. “Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan, facsimile of the Munich manuscript cgm 51 (Staatsbibliothek): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTozDuiRCqA (Feb. 2012)
6. "Retablo Room, Museum of Art, UoA, forthcoming
 

Webpages

1. Establishment and maintenance of an extensive homepage for Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation, and Baroque Studies, with a large page on Germany-relevant links: http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen (Jan. 2000-201)
http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/home (Feb. 2011)

2. Webpage for the Society of German Renaissance and Baroque Literature: http://www.gened.arizona.edu/sgrabl/
New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/scrabl
 
3. Wegpage for the Tristan Society:
http://www.gened.arizona.edu/tristania/. New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/tristan_society

4. Webmaster of the AZ AATG Webpage since 2002:
http://fpnew.ccit.arizona.edu/azaatg/index.html. New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/az_aatg

5. Webmaster of Webpage for Mediaevistik since Oct. 2003. http://www.gened.arizona.edu/mediaevistik/; replaced by http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/homehttp://aclassen.faculty.arizona…

6. Webmaster of Webpage for UAMARRC since Dec. 2004:
http://fp.arizona.edu/uamarrc/

ARTICLES

Currently 543 scholarly articles published on medieval, Renaissance, Reformation, and Baroque German and European literature and culture (9th through 17th century), and also on 18th-20th century German literature (including German Jesuit literature)

 

 1. “Margareta von Schwangau: Epistolary Literature in the Late Middle Ages,” Medieval Perspectives, ed. by Pedro S. Campa et al., Collected Papers of the XIIIth SEMA, Chattanooga, TN, October 1985, 41-53*

 2. “Hessische und Braunschweigische Soldaten in Virginia,“: Zeitschrift des Vereins für Hessische Geschichte und Landeskunde 91 (1986): 81-93*

 3. “Die `Italian Connection' - Zu einem Brief an einen Wolkensteiner und zu provenzalischen Quellen für Oswalds von Wolkenstein polyglosse Lieder,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 4 (1986/87), 155-162*
 
 4. “Robert Musil: Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften. Der antizipatorische Charakter des ersten Buches,” Carleton Germanic Papers 15 (1987): 1-16*
 
 5. “Lessing als Philologe: Seine Kenntnis und Wertung mittelalterlicher Dichtungen und Texte,” The Lessing Yearbook 19 (1987): 127-163*
    
 6. “The German-Americans: A Survey of Their Number, Culture, and History,” Germany and the United States, Changing Perceptions - Danger and Hope. The University of Virginia and Roanoke College Symposia 1985, ed. by Lore Amlinger, American-German Studies 3 (Stuttgart: Hans Dieter Heinz Akademischer Verlag Stuttgart, 1987), 145-155
                             
 7. “Image of America/Germany in the Mass Media,” Germany and the United States, ed. by Lore Amlinger (Stuttgart: Hans Dieter Heinz Akademischer Verlag, 1987), 157-162

 8. “Hans von Westernach: “Der Pfalzgraf hieß da ziehen baß'. Politische und militärische Dichtung des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 26 (1987): 133-151*

 9. “Zu neuen Dokumenten über Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Zeitschrift für Deutsches Altertum und Deutsche Literatur 116, 4 (1987): 296-302*
 
10. “Giannozzo Sacchetti’ Mentr’ io d’ amor pensava as a Source for Oswald von Wolkenstein's Song-Poetry,” Monatshefte 80, 4 (1988): 459-468*

11. “Autobiography as a Late Medieval Phenomenon,” Medieval Perspectives. The Southeastern Medieval Association, ed. by Edith Whitehurst Williams, Ordelle G. Hill and Jacqueline Bouchard Spurlock. Vol. III, Nr. 1. Spring 1988. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference. Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina 1987, 89-104*
 
12. “Prolegomena zu einer Veit von Wolkenstein Biographie,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988): 23-38*
 
13. “Der Bauer in der Lyrik Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Euphorion 82, 2 (1988): 150-167*
 
14. “Die Familie Wolkenstein im 15. und frühen 16. Jahrhundert,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung MIÖG 96.1-2 (1988): 79- 94*
 
15. “Peasant Satire in Oswald von Wolkenstein's Lyric Poetry: Reception and Adaptation of a Poem by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras,” Seminar 24, 4 (1988): 287- 309*
 
16. “Robert Musils Novelle Tonka im Licht des Neuen Testaments,” Colloquia Germanica 21.2/3 (1988): 169-184*
 
17. “Keie in Wolframs von Eschenbach Parzival: Agent Provocateur oder Angeber,” Journal of English and Germanic Philologie 87.3 (1988): 382-405*

18. “Female Epistolary Literature from Antiquity to the Present,” Studia Neophilologica 60 (1988): 3-13*

19. “German Military Verse in the l5th Century,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 225, 140th yearly vol., (1988), 1st biennial vol., 12-27*

20. “Women in Medieval Poetry: Their Role and Appearance,” Michigan Germanic Studies 14.1 (1988): 1-15*

21. “Jungkommunisten, Afrikaerlebnisse und ödipaler Vaterkomplex: Die Erzählungen des Schweizer Erzählers André Kaminski,” Carleton Germanic Papers 16 (1988): 13-30*
 
22. “Die Stadt-Land-Relation als romantechnisches Element Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften,” German Life and Letters, New Series XLIII, 1 (1989): 63-78*
 
23. “Onomatopoesie in der Lyrik von Jehan Vaillant, Oswald von Wolkenstein und Niccolò Soldanieri,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 108, 3 (1989): 357-377*
 
24. “Emergence from the Dark: Female Epistolary Literature in the Middle Ages,” Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 10 (1989): 1-15*
 
25. “A Representation of Reality in Oswald von Wolkenstein's Lyric Poetry and in Contemporary North Italian and South Tyrolean Frescoes and Book Illustrations,” arcadia. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft 24.2 (1989): 113-130*

26. “French and Italian Sources for Oswald von Wolkenstein’s Onomatopoetic Lyric Poetry,” in: Fifteenth-Century Studies 15 (1989): 93-105*

27. “Royal Women in Middle High German Romances,” Proceedings of the Patristic,Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies 1987, Augustinian Historical Institute, Villanova University,Pa. 12/13, 1987/88, ed. by Philipp Pulsiano (Villanova, PA: Augustinian Historical Institute of Villanova, 1989), 81-100*
 
28. “Ulrichs von Etzenbach Wilhelm von Wenden - ein Frauenroman?,”  Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch im Auftrag der Görres-Gesellschaft, Neue Folge, 33 (1989): 27-43*
 
29. “Matriarchy versus Patriarchy: The Role of Queen Isolde in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan,” Neophilologus LXXIII, 1 (1989): 77-89;* an abstract appeared Chronica 42 (1988): 17

30. “Liebesehe und Ehelieder in der Dichtung Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Jahrbuch der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 5 (1988/89): 445-464*; a shortened version L'imaginaire courtois et son double, éd. par G. Angeli et L. Formisano (Napoli-Roma-Milano: 1991), 97-108.

31. “Emperor Sigismund's Visit to England in 1416: Its Observation and Reflection in Late Medieval English Chronicles,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 226, 141st yearly volume, 2nd biennial vol. (1989): 276-290*
 
32. “Footnote to the Canon: Maria von Wolkenstein and Argula von Grumbach,” The Politics of Gender in Early Modern Europe, eds. Jean R. Brink, Allsion Coudert and Maryanne C. Horowitz, Vol. XII Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies (Kirksville, MS: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1989), 131-147*
 
33. “Sangeskunst und moderne Selbstverwirklichung im Werk Oswalds von Wolkenstein (1376/77-1445), in hôhem prîse. A Festschrift in Honor of Ernst Dick, ed. by Winder McConnell. GAG 480 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989), 11-29
 
34. “From Nonnenbuch to Epistolarity: Elsbeth Stagel as a Late Medieval Women Writer,” Medieval German Studies. Proceedings from the 23rd International Conference, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, ed. by Albrecht Classen. GAG 507 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989), 147-170

35. “Rezeption und Ecriture: Eine neue Betrachtung von Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel, accepted for publication German Quarterly (1989),* withdrawn by author for inclusion in a book manuscript

36. “Hoccleve’s Independence from Chaucer: A Study of Poetic Emancipation,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990): 59-81*

37. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval Verse: Oswald von Wolkenstein, Thomas Hoccleve, and Michel Beheim,” Studia Neophilologica 62 (1990): 163-188*
 
38. 11 Critical Articles in an Encyclopedia: “German Writers (Reformation through Baroque Period)” (Vol. II, 143-145), “Patrons of the Arts (Middle Ages and Renaissance),” (II, 259-261), Women's Studies Encylcopedia. Vol. II: Literature, Arts, and Learning. Ed. by Helen Tierney (New York-Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1989-1991); “Germanic Kingdoms of Early Medieval Europe” (III, 172-176) “Germany: 1848-1919” (III, 176-178), “Germany: Weimar Republic (1919 to 1933)” (III, 179-181), “Germany: Postwar and Federal Republic (FGR)” (III, 181-184), “Medieval: Noble (Lay) Women” (III, 299-302), “Medieval: Peasant Women” (III, 302-304), “Medieval: Treatment of Rape in Literature and Law” (III, 308-310), “Mysticism, Christian (Twelfth to Twentieth Century)” (III, 326-329), “Reformation” (III, 373-376), Women’ Studies Encyclopedia, Vol. III: History, Philosophy, and Religion. Ed. by Helen Tierney (New York-Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1991).

39. “The Autobiographical Voice of Michel Beheim,” The Medieval Text. Methods and Hermeneutics. A Volume of Essays in Honor of Edelgard DuBruck. Collected and Edited by William C. McDonald and Guy R. Mermier. Fifteenth-Century Studies 17 (1990): 33-56
 
40. “Elfriede Czurda,” Kritisches Lexikon der deutschen Gegenwartsliteratur. 36. Nachlieferung. October 1990, 1-4 + A-B

41. “Medieval Travel into an Exotic Orient: The Spielmannsepos Herzog Ernst as a Travel into the Medieval Subconsciousness,”Lesarten. New Methodologies and Old Texts, ed. Alexander Schwarz, Tausch, 2 (Frankfurt a. M.-New York-Paris: Peter Lang, 1990), 103-24.

42. “The Poetic Voice of a Self-Reflective 15th-Century Urban Writer: Hans Rosenplüt,” Fide et Amore. A Festschrift for Hugo Bekker on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. by William C. McDonald and Winder McConnell. GAG 526 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990), 9-39

43. “Transformation des arturischen Romans zum frühneuzeitlichen Unterhaltungs-und Belehrungswerk: Der Fall Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 33 (1991): 167-192*

44. “Das Spiel mit der Liebe - Leben als Spiel: Versuch einer Neuinterpretation des Morîz von Craûn,” Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 40.4 (1990): 369-398*

45. “Frauenbriefe an Bonifatius: Frühmittelalterliche Literaturdenkmäler aus moderner mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 72.2 (1990): 251-273*

46. “Eine neue Quelle für Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel: Andreas' Capellanus De Amore,” Von Otfried von Weißenburg zu Till Eulenspiegel, ed. A. Classen. GAG 538 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990), 65-77

47. “Die labyrintische Struktur des Nibelungenlieds. Literaturtheoretische Überlegungen zu einem alten Text,” La Chanson des Nibelungen hier et aujourd'hui. Actes du Colloque Amiens, 12 et 13 janvier 1991, Wodan 7, ed. by Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok (Amiens: Univ. de Picardie, 1991), 43-61

48. “Woman Poet and Reformer: The 16th-Century Feminist Argula von Grumbach,” Daphnis. Zeitschrift für Mittlere Deutsche Literatur 20.1 (1991): 167-197*

49. “Erotik als Spiel, Spiel als Leben, Leben als Erotik: Komparatistische Überlegungen zur Literatur des europäischen Mittelalters,” Mediaevistik 2 (1989): 7-42*

50. Together with Amber Settle: “Martin Luther and his Relationship to Women,” German Studies Review XIV.2 (1991): 231-260*

51. “Love and Marriage and the Battle of Genders in the Stricker’s maeren,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Helsinki, Finland) XCII.1 (1991): 105-122*

52. “Der Ackermann aus Böhmen - ein literarisches Zeugnis aus einer Schwellenzeit: Mittelalterliches Streitgespräch oder Dokument des neuzeitlichen Bewußtseins?,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110.3 (1991): 348-373*

53. “Peasant Life and Peasant Reality in the Lyric Poetry of Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Folk Life in the Middle Ages. SEMA Medieval Perspectives Vol. III, Number 2 (1991). Special Issue. Guest Editor Edward Peters. 83-111*

54. “Ein Frauenschicksal im frühen 16. Jahrhundert: Der Frauen(?)roman Frau Tugendreich,” Germanic Notes 22.3/4 (1991): 61-67.

55. “Der Unterricht von mittelhochdeutscher Literatur auf der Universität: Methoden, Lehrmaterialien, Perspektiven,” Unterrichtspraxis 24, 2 (1991): 146-155*

56. “Matriarchalische Strukturen und Apokalypse des Matriarchats im Nibelungenlied,” Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur 16.1 (1991): 1-31.

57. “Herzog Ernst im Licht der hochhöfischen Dichtung des 13. Jahrhunderts,” Euphorion 85, 3/4 (1991): 292-314*

58. “The Role and Function of Women in the Stricker's Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Die deutsche Frau als Dichterin und Protagonistin im Mittelalter, ed. A. Classen. GAG 528. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991, 87-103; rpt. Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, ed. Jelena Krstović. CMCL 75 (Detroit, et al.: Thomson, 2005), 364-72.

59. “The Implications of Feminist Theory on the Study of Medieval German Literature. Also an Introduction,” Women as Protagonists and Poets in the German Middle Ages, ed. by A. Classen (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991), i-xxi

60. “Hugo von Montfort - a Reader of the Roman de la Rose?,” Monatshefte 83.4 (1991): 414-432*

61. “The Defeat of a Matriarch: The Character Brünhild in the Nibelungenlied. Some Thoughts on Matriarchy as Evinced in Literary Texts,” “Waz sider da geschach”. American-German Studies on the Nibelungenlied. Ed. by Werner Wunderlich and Ulrich Müller, with the Assistance of Detlef Scholz. GAG 564 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1992), 89-110

62. “Oswald von Wolkenstein - a Fifteenth-Century Reader of Medieval Courtly Criticism,” Mediaevistik 3 (1990): 27-53*

63. “König Marke in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Versuch einer Apologie,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 35 (1992): 37-63*

64. “'Koklüsch und die Macht': Erzählungen des Schweizer Dichters André Kaminski. Zeitgenössische Literatur im akademischen Unterricht von Deutsch als Fremdsprache,” Carleton Germanic Papers 20 (1992): 19-44*
65. “Mittelalter-Rezeption im Werk Robert Musils,” Forum. Materialien und Beiträge zur Mittelalter-Rezeption, Band III, ed. Rüdiger Krohn (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1992), 137-168

66. “Late Middle High German, Renaissance, and Reformation,” chapter in a book: A Concise History of German Literature to 1900. Ed. by Kim Vivian (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1992), 58-90, 316-317 (Solicited)

67. “The Voice from the Kitchen: The Poems by the König vom Odenwald,” Michigan Germanic Studies XVII, 1 (1991): 1-16*

68. “The Autobiographical Voice of Thomas Hoccleve,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 228/143 (1991), 2. Halbjahresband, 299-310*

69. “Women in 15th-Century Literature: Protagonists (Melusine), Poets (Elisabeth von Nassau-Saarbrücken), and Patrons (Mechthild von Österreich),” “Der Buchstab tödt - der Geist macht lebendig”. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Hans-Gert Roloff, ed. by James Hardin and Jörg Jungmayr. Vol. I (Bern-Berlin-Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: Lang, 1992), 431-458

70. “The Heathen World in the Volksbuch Wilhelm von Österreich. An Anthropological Revision of the Crusade Epics,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Helsinki, Finland) XCIII, 2 (1992), 145-161*

71. 45 bio-bibliographical Articles on: Aloysia Elisabeth Andreae (36), Gertrud Bäumer (93f.), Agnes Blannbekin (138f.), Imma von Bodmershof (145), Elisabeth Borchers (151f.), Christina Busta (193f.), Ada Christen (167f.), Claire Demar (301), Anne Duden (343f.), Marieluise Fleisser (412f.), Irene Forbes-Mosse (418), Magdalena von Freiburg (425), Anna Rupertina Fuchs (428f.), Gertrud Fussenegger (431-433), Katharina von Gebersweiler (453), Argula von Grumbach (497f.), Agnes Günther (508f.), Gyp (594), Mechthild von Hackeborn (518f.), Ursula Haider (524f.), Genoveva Hartlaub (535f.), Franziska von Hohenheim (565f.), Maria Janitschek (592f.), Elfriede Jelinek (596f.), Elisabeth von Kirchberg (636f.), Karin Kiwus (639), Christina Klipstein (640), Editha Klipstein (640), Annette Kolb (647f.), Ann Tizia Leitich (715f.), Mechthild von Lichnowsky (728f.), Thekla Lingen (733), Clara Müller (886), Marie von Najmájer (895f.), Tami Oelfken (934f.), Betty Paoli (466f.), Elisabeth Plessen (992f.), Franziska von Reventlow (1041f.), Hilde Spiel (1176f.), Lulu von Strauss und Torney (1194f.), Maria Waser (1325f.), Gertrud Wilker (1338f.), Karoline von Wolzogen (1353f.), Christiana Mariana Ziegler (1380f.), and Martha Elisabeth Zitterin (1384), An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, ed. Katharina M. Wilson (New York-London: Garland, 1991)

72. “Der komische Held Till Eulenspiegel: Didaxe, Unterhaltung, Kritik,” Wirkendes Wort 42.1 (1992): 13-33*

73. “Emergence of Tolerance: An Unsuspected Medieval Phenomenon. Studies on Wolfram von Eschenbach's Willehalm, Ulrich von Etzenbach's Wilhelm von Wenden, and Johann von Würzburg's Wilhelm von Österreich,” Neophilologus 76 (1992): 586-599*

74. “Das Hessische Weihnachtsspiel: Ein Dokument der spätmittelalterlichen/frühneuzeitlichen Mentalitätsgeschichte,” Daphnis 21.4 (1992): 567-600*

75 “Anti-Clericalism in Late Medieval German Verse,” Anticlericalism in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Ed. by Peter A. Dykema and Heiko A. Obermann. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought, LI (Leiden-New York-Cologne: E. J. Brill, 1993), 91-114.

76. “‘Detail-Realismus’ im deutschen Spätmittelalter. Der Fall von des Strickers Daniel von dem blühen Tal und Konrads von Würzburg Turnier von Nantes,” Studia Neophilologica 64 (1992): 195-220*        

77. “Die leidende und unterdrückte Frau im Roman des 15. Jahrhunderts. Zur Verfasserschaft des frühneuhoch-deutschen Romans Pontus und Sidonia,” Seminar 29.1 (1993): 1-27*; a shorter version Germanic Notes and Reviews 25.1 (1994): 9-24*

78-79. Articles on: Caccia and Meistersinger, The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, ed. by Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan, et al. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1993), 158, 745f.

80. “Warum und zu welchem Zwecke studieren wir das Mittelalter,” Wirkendes Wort 43.1 (1993): 7-25*

81. “Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel-Fragmente und Johanns von Würzburg Wilhelm von Österreich: Höhepunkte der höfischen Minnereden,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 37 (1993): 75-102*

82. “Kommunikation im Mittelalter,” Europäische Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter
Dinzelbacher (Stuttgart: Kröner, 1993), 370-390. 2nd ed. (2008), 424-47.

83. “Das Fremde und das Eigene in der Neuzeit,” Europäische Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher (Stuttgart: Kröner, 1993), 429-450. 2nd ed. (2008), 492-518.

84. “Der unfreiwillig komische Held Wigamur. Strukturelle und thematische Untersuchungen zu einem spätmittelalterlichen Artus-Roman,” Euphorion 87, 2/3 (1993): 200-224*

85. “Schweigen und Reden in Hartmanns von Aue Erec,” Erec, ou l'ouverture du monde arthurien. Actes du Colloque du Centre d'Etudes Médiévales de l'Université de Picardie - Jules Verne. Amiens 16-17 janvier 1993, ed. Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok (Amiens: Reineke-Verlag, 1993), 25-42

86. “The Encounter with the Other World: André Kaminski's Search for the Jewish Past,” The Germanic Mosaic. Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society. Ed. by Carol Aisha Blackshire-Belay (Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1994), 253-265

87. “Whatever Happened to Courtly Love? The Role of Love in Late-Medieval German
Literature, with Emphasis on the Volksbuch,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 20 (1993): 35-64*

88. “Kommunikation im Mittelalter. Prolegomena zu einer neuen Bewertung der mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 27 (1993): 17-51*

89. “Die Entdeckung Amerikas in der deutschen Literatur des 16. Jahrhunderts: der Fall
Wagnerbuch,” German Life and Letters XLVII.I (1994): 1-13*

90. “Sprache und Gesellschaft - Kommunikative Strategien in Gottfrieds von Straßburg
'Tristan',” Europäische Literaturen im Mittelalter. Mélanges en l'honneur de Wolfgang Spiewok à l'occasion de son 65ème anniversaire. Ed. Danielle Buschinger (Greifswald: Reineke, 1994), 79-98

91. “Fremdheit und Heimweh. Das literarische Werk einer Grenzgängerin: Christine Wolter,” Schatzkammer XIX.2 (1993): 1-13*

92. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval German Lyric Poetry and Prose Literature,” in: Orbis Litterarum 49 (1994), 63-83*

93. “The End of the Middle Ages? Criticism of Sorcery and Witchract through Johann Wyer in his De praestigiis daemonum of 1583,” Zauberer und Hexen in der Kultur des Mittelalters. III. Jahrestagung der Reineke-Gesellschaft e.V. San Malo, 5.-9. Juni 1992. Wodan. Greifwalder Beiträge zum Mittelalter, 33 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1994), 27-43

94. “Kanon und Kanon-Transgression. Betrachtungen zur mittelhochdeutschen Dichtung. Zugleich eine Einleitung,” Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German Literature, ed. by A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993), 1-36

95. “‘The Other’ in Medieval Narratives and Epics. The Encounter with Monsters, Devils, Giants, and other Creatures,” Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German Literature, ed. A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993), 83-121

96. “Die Welt eines spätmittelalterlichen Kaufmannsreisenden. Ein mentalitätsgeschichtliches Dokument der Frühneuzeit: Fortunatus,” Monatshefte 86.1 (1994): 22-44*

97. “Die narrative Funktion des Traumes in mittelhochdeutscher Literatur,” Mediaevistik 5 (1992): 11-37*

98-100. “Freidank,”6-10; “Friedrich von Hausen,” 11-15; “Reinmar von Zweter,” 102-106, German Writers and Works of the High Middle Ages: 1170-1280. Ed. James Hardin and Will Hasty. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 138 (Detroit-Washington, D.C.-London: Gale Research, 1994)

101. “...und sie schrieben doch: Frauen als Schriftstellerinnen im deutschen Spätmittelalter,” Wirkendes Wort 44, 1 (1994): 7-24*

102. “Oswalds von Wolkenstein Beziehungen zu Italien - eine These im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik,” Die kulturellen Beziehungen zwischen Italien und den anderen Ländern Europas im Mittelalter, ed. Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok. Wodan, 28 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1993), 67-81

103. “Ulrich Schmidel in the Brazilian Jungle: A Sixteenth-Century Travel Account,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 230.2 (1993): 241-260*

104. “Gynokratie und die Vorstellung von Ehe im 15. Jahrhunderts: Der Fall Melusine von Thüring von Ringoltingen,” German Studies Review XVII.2 (1994): 233-268*

105. “Frauen in der deutschen Reformation: Neufunde von Texten und Autorinnen sowie deren Neubewertung,” Die Frau in der Renaissance, ed. by Paul Gerhard Schmidt. Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, 14 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1994), 179-201

106. “Transpositions of Dreams to Reality in Middle High German Narratives,” Shifts and Transpositions in Medieval Narratives. A Festschrift for Dr. Elspeth Kennedy. Ed. by Karen Pratt (Woodbridge, Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 1994), 109-120

107. “Oswald von Wolkenstein und Leonardo Giustiniani: Zwei Zeitgenossen des frühen 15. Jahrhunderts,” Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch 35 (1994): 33-62*

108. “Abrogans,” German Writers and Works of the Early Middle Ages: 800-1270. Ed. by Will Hasty and James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 148 (New York-et al.: Gale Research, 1995), 150-154.

109. “Die Weltwirkung des Fortunatus: eine komparatistische Studie,” Fabula 35.3/4 (1994): 209-225*

110 “Die Rezeption des deutschen Volksbuchs Fortunatus in England: Thomas Dekkers Old Fortunatus,” Neohelicon XXI.1 (1995): 289-311*

111. “Farb-Schemata als Kulturkodifizierung: Methodische Vorschläge für den Sprachunterricht als Kulturunterricht,” Schatzkammer XX.2 (1994): 75-84*

112. “Die vergessenen (?) Frauen - im Gedächtnis des Mannes. Georg Christian Lehms Lexikon galanter Dichterinnen,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 26.1 (1995): 15-28*

113. “Dialogics and Loss of Identity: Linguistic Community and Self-Destructive Individuation in Wernher the Gardener's Helmbrecht,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 41 (1995): 143-160*

114. “Andreas Capellanus aus kommunikationstheoretischer Sicht. Eine postmoderne Auslegung von 'De amore',” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 29.1 (1994): 45-60*

115. “Tragische Frauenfiguren in der mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Studia Neophilologica 67 (1995): 41-60*

116. “Kulturhistorische Wortstudien zu vier zentralen Begriffen des Mittelhochdeutschen,” Leuvense Bijdragen 84.1 (1995): 1-37*

117. “History of German Literature, German Studies 4400a: Correspondence Course, Instruction Book,” July 1995, 1-36

118. “The Perception of America in Early Modern German Literature: From Sebastian Brant to Lohenstein,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCV.3 (1994): 337-352*

119. “Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfalz, Herzogin von Orléans. Epistolare Selbstbekenntnisse und literarisches Riesenunternehmen,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 77.1 (1995): 33-54*

120. “Intertextualität und Quellenbezug: Gottfrieds von Straßburg ‘Tristan’ und der ‘Morîz von Craûn’?,” Tristania XVI (1995): 1-44*

121. “Why Do Their Words Fail? Communicative Strategies in the Hildebrandslied,”  Modern Philology 93 (1995): 1-22*

122. “Das fünfzehnte Jahrhundert - die deutsche Literatur des Spätmittelalters im Licht der jüngsten Forschung von ca. 1985 bis 1994,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 22 (1996): 119-140*

123. “Der Text der nie enden will. Poetologische Überlegungen zu fragmentarischen Strukturen in mittelalterlichen und modernen Texten,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik, Heft 99: Anfang und Ende. Ed. Wolfgang Haubrichs (1995), 83-113* (solicited)

124. “Das Fragment als literarische Strategie. Überlegungen zu Robert Musil, Thomas Mann, Hermann Hesse und Michael Ende,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 26.2 (1995), 114-126*

125. “Die Mystikerin als peregrina. Margery Kempe: Reisende in corpore - Reisende in spiritu,” Studies in Spirituality 5 (1995) 127-145*

126. “Wort und Gemeinschaft: Sprachliche Apokalypse in Heinrich Wittenwilers 'Ring',” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 8 (1994/1995): 141-157

127. “El Poema de Mío Cid and Oswald von Wolkenstein. A Playful Form of Masquerading and Literary Reception. The Spanish-German Connection,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 8 (1994/1995): 341-361

128-131. “âventiure” (22-27), “dienest” (41-46), “genâde” (80-82), “gruoz” (83-86), together with Otfrid Ehrismann, O. Ehrismann, Ehre und Mut, Aventiure und Minne. Höfische Wortschichten aus dem Mittelalter (München: Beck, 1995).

132. “Diu Klage - A Modern Text from the Middle Ages?,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCVI, 3 (1995): 315-329*

133. “Sexuality in the Middle Ages: An Exploration of Mental History on the Basis of Literary Evidence,” Neohelicon XXII.2 (1995): 9-51*

134. “Marco Polos Il Milione/Le Divisement du Monde: der Mythos vom Osten,” Mittelalter Mythen. Herrscher, Helden, Heilige. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich, eds. (St. Gall: UVK, 1996), 423-436.

135. “Family Life in the High and Late Middle Ages. The Testimony of German Literary Sources,” Medieval Family Roles. A Book of Essays. Ed. Cathy Jorgensen Itnyre (New York-London: Garland, 1996), 39-65.

136. “Multiculturalism in the German Middle Ages? The Rediscovery of a Modern Concept in the Past: The Case of Herzog Ernst,” Multiculturalism and Representation. Selected Essays. Ed. John Rieder, Larry E. Smith (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1996), 198-219.

137. “Hermann Hesse als Mediävist? Ein Essay,” Michigan Germanic Studies 19, 2 1993/appeared in 1996), 113-126*

138. “Der Tristan-Stoff im 20. Jahrhundert. Moderne Novellistik und mittelalterliche Rezeptionsformen. Wilhelm Schäfers 'Anckemanns Tristan',” Carleton Germanic Papers 24 (1996): 109-126*
 
139-140. Jacob Böhme” (64-73), “Johann Wilhelm von Stubenberg” (339-343), German Writers of the Baroque, 1580-1720. Ed. James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 164 (Detroit-Washington, DC-London: Gale Research, 1996).

141. “Das deutsche “Volksbuch” als Irritationsobjekt der Germanistik,” Wirkendes Wort 46.1 (1996): 1-20*

142. “Minnesang als Spiel. Sinnkonstitution auf dem Schachbrett der Liebe,” Studi Medievali Serie Terza, XXXVI.1 (1995): 211-239*
 
143. “Seinskonstitution im Leseakt: Adolf Muschgs Der Rote Ritter als Antwort auf eine mittelalterliche These,” Etudes Germaniques 51.2 (1996): 307-327*

144. “Spiritual and Existential Meanings of the Word: Strategies and Function of Reading in
the Middle Ages. With Special Emphasis on Hartmann von Aue's Gregorius,” Seminar 32.3 (1996): 221-239*

145. “Women's Voices in Literary Love Discourse. From Sappho to Christa Wolf. Interpretation and Pedagogical Application,” Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft (1994): 7-34.

146. “The Jüngeres Hildebrandslied in Its Early Modern Printed Versions: A Contribution to Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Reception History,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 95.3 (1996): 359-381*

147-148. “Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg” (114-120); “Friedrich von Hagedorn” (162-167), German Baroque Writers, 1661-1730. Ed. James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 168 (Detroit-Washington, DC,-London: Gale Research, 1996)
149. “Tristant als Mönch aus neuer Sicht,” Tristan - Tristrant. Mélanges en l’honneur de Danielle Buschinger ed. André Crépin et Wolfgang Spiewok (Greifswald: Reineke, 1996), 85-97

150. Together with Peter Dinzelbacher, “Weltliche Literatur von Frauen des Mittelalters. Bemerkungen zur jüngeren Forschung,” Mediaevistik 8 (1995): 55-74*
            
151. “Vergangenheitsbewußtsein und literarisches Experiment. Ein Phänomen des 13. Jahrhunderts: Tristan als Mönch,” Tristan - Tristrant. Mélanges en l’honneur de Danielle Buschinger. Ed. A. Crépin et W. Spiewok (Greifswald: Reineke, 1996), 85-97

152. “Volkslieder und German Studies. Eine noch zu entdeckende Textgattung. Zugleich ein Archivbericht: Das Deutsche Volksliedarchiv in Freiburg i.Br.,” German Studies Association Newsletter XXI.2 (1996): 39-48*

153. “German Women Writing Letters: Exploration of Literacy and Female Challenge to the Literary Canon in the Later Middle Ages,” Disputatio 1 (1996): 89-121*

154. “Das Churer Weltgerichtsspiel als Zeugnis spätmittelalterlicher Mentalitätsgeschichte,” Daphnis 25.4 (1996): 627-644*

155. “Zaubersprüche, Beschwörungen und andere Formen des ‘Aberglaubens.’ Kulturhistorische Betrachtungen für den Literatur- und Sprachunterricht,” Unterrichtspraxis 29.2 (1996): 231-239*

156. “Große fremde Welt: Afrika literarisch verarbeitet. Dem Lachen zu trotz, wir verstehen uns nicht. André Kaminskis Die Gärten des Mulay Abdallah,” Ernest W. B. Hess-Lüttich, Christoph Siegrist, Stefan Bodo Würffel, eds., Fremdverstehen in Sprache, Literatur und Medien (Frankfurt a. M.-Berlin-et al.: Lang, 1996), 123-139

157. “Die Überwindung der Schwerkraft: Begegnungen mit der Fremde im literarischen Diskurs: André Kaminskis Kulturthesen,” Romey Sabalius, ed., Neue Perspektiven zur deutschsprachigen Literatur der Schweiz. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik 40 (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 1997), 167-185

158-161. “Elisabeth von Nassau-Saarbrücken” (42-47), “Oswald von Wolkenstein” (198-205), “Heinrich Steinhöwel” (276-280), “Heinrich Wittenwiler” (326-331), German Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation 1280-1580, Dictionary of Literary Biographies, 179, ed. James Hardin and Max Reinhart (Detroit-Washington, DC-London: Gale Research, 1997).

162. “‘Pöss riballden das taten’ (196, 3). Politisches Chaos und öffentliche Gewalt des Spätmittelalters literarisch reflektiert. Zum Lannzilet des Ulrich Fuetrer,” Speculum Medii Aevi. Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Literatur des Mittelalters 1.1 (1995): 53-62

163. “The Dangers and Promises of Reading, Two Medieval Viewpoints: Wolfram von Eschenbach and Geoffrey Chaucer,” Medieval Perspectives, SEMA XII (1997), 46-63

164. “Multilingualism in Late-Medieval Poetry,” Komparatistik. Mitteilungen 1996. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft (Dresden: Dresden University Press, 1996), 44-69

165. “The Isolated Hero and the Communicative Community in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Studia Neophilologica 69 (1997): 59-68*

166. “Binary Oppositions of Self and God in Mechthild von Magdeburg’s Mystical Visions,” Studies in Spirituality 7 (1997), 79-98* (positively reviewed by John C. Hirsh, The Medieval Review, Internet, 98. 07. 07, Thu, 23 Jul 1998 16:10:02 -0400).

167. “Medieval Manuscript Evidence Versus Modern (Mis)Interpretation: The Klage,” International Fiction Review 24.1& 2 (1997): 1-11*

168. “Hermann Hesse’s Approaches to Medieval Literature in his Fictional and Critical Works,” Medievalism in Europe II. Studies in Medievalism VIII. Ed. by Leslie J. Workman, Kathleen Verduin (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1996), 27-45

169. “Volkskultur versus ‘gehobene’ Kultur in Liederbüchern des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit. Der Fall von Jörg Dürnhofers Liederbuch von ca. 1515,” Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 42 (1997): 13-37.

170. “Padre Eusebio Kino - ein österreichisch-italienischer Missionar aus Tirol in Sonora/Mexiko und Arizona,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 105.3-4 (1997): 441-466.
        
171. “Baroque Jesuit Literature: The German-America Connection. With Special Emphasis on German Jesuits as Observers and Commentators of Southwest Indian Culture in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Attempts of Intercultural Communication,” Studien zur Literatur des 17. Jahrhunderts. Gedenkschrift für Gerhard Spellerberg. Ed. Hans Feger (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 1997), 345-376.

172-174. “Burckhardt, Jacob Christoph” (125-127); “Curtius, Ernst Robert” (200-202); “Musil, Robert” (586-588), Encyclopedia of the Essay. Ed. Tracy Chevalier (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998).

175. “'Mit worten, und mit werken ouch' (L. 24, 6). Sprachliche Sinnbestimmung bei Walther von der Vogelweide,” Studi Medievali, Serie Terza, XXXVII (1996 - appeared in 1997), 671-702.

176. “Die guten Monster im Orient und in Europa. Konfrontation mit dem ‘Fremden’ als anthropologische Erfahrung im Mittelalter,” Mediaevistik 9 (1996 - appeared in 1997): 11-37.
 
177. “Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Literary Documents of the Long-Lasting Dissemination of the Tristan Motif. With a particular focus on Tristan in the Volkslieder,” Tristania XVIII (1998): 43-52.

178. “Frauen in den Volksbüchern des 15. Jahrhunderts. Beispiele für einen sozialhistorischen Paradigmawechsel,” Text im Kontext: Anleitung zur Lektüre deutscher Texte der frühen Neuzeit. Ed. Alexander Schwarz, Laure Abplanalp (Bern-Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: Lang, 1997), 49-68.

179. “Ignatius Pfefferkorn, ein jesuitischer Missionar in der Neuen Welt: Ein Beitrag zur deutschamerikanischen Reiseliteratur der Frühneuzeit,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 32 (1997): 21-45.

180. “Spätmittelalterliche Frauen als Schreiberinnen und Sammlerinnen von volkssprachlichen Liedern,” Daphnis 27.1 (1998): 31-58.

181. “Das heroische Element im Nibelungenlied - Ideal oder Fluch?,” Ir sult sprechen willekomen. Grenzenlose Mediävistik. Festschrift für Helmut Birkhan zum 60. Geburtstag. Ed. Ch. Tuczay, U. Hirhager and K. Lichtblau (Bern-Frankfurt a.M.: Lang: 1998), 673-692.

182. “Modernität des Mittelalters? Zu Walther von der Vogelweide, Gottfried von Straßburg und Freidank,” Part I, Germanic Notes and Reviews 29, 1 (1998), 1-17; Part II: 29, 2 (1998), 1-11.

183. “Medieval Answers to the Strange World Outside: Foreigners and the Foreign as Cultural Challenges and Catalysts,” Demons: Mediators between This World and the Other. Essays on Demonic Beings from the Middle Ages to the Present, ed. Ruth Petzoldt/Paul Neubauer. Beiträge zur Europäischen Ethnologie und Folklore. Reihe B, 8 (Frankfurt a.M.-Berlin-et al.: Lang, 1998), 133-151.

184. “Krieg im Mittelalter und seine Kritik in literarischen Werken des deutschsprachigen Raumes,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 28.109 (1998): 7-37 (invited).

185. “History: Medieval,” Reader’s Guide to Women’s Studies. Ed. Eleanor B. Amico (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998), 284-285.

186. “Happiness in the Middle Ages? Hartmann von Aue and Marie de France,” Neohelicon XXV.2 (1998): 247-274.
187. “‘Ach Gott, wem soll ichs klagen’: Women’s Erotic Poetry in Sixteenth-Century German Song Books,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 98 (1997): 293-313.

188. “Jüdisch-deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit als Dokumente des Kulturaustauschs. Mit besonderer Beachtung jüdisch-deutscher Volkslieder des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 50 (1998): 185-207.

189. “The Literary Treatment of the Ineffable: Mechthild von Magdeburg, Margaret Ebner, Agnes Blannbekin,” Studies in Spirituality 8 (1998): 162-187.

190. “Confrontation with the Foreign World of the East: Saracen Princesses in Medieval German Narratives,” Orbis Litterarum 53 (1998): 277-295.

191. “Der vertrackte, widerspenstige Held Till Eulenspiegel. Sexualität, der Körper, Transgression,” Euphorion 92.2 (1998): 249-270.

192. “Ernst Robert Curtius and the Topos of the Book. The Impact of an Idea on Modern Philological Research,” Leuvense Bijdragen 87.1-2 (1998): 59-78.

193. “Elfriede Czurda,” Update and Continuation, Kritisches Lexikon zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur, 60. Nachlieferung (Oct. 1998): 4-7, A, C-D.

194-195. “Gargoyles - Wasserspeier” (127-133); “Medusa, Pegasos und Perseus” (403-412), Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich, Hgg.: Dämonen, Monster, Fabelwesen. Mittelalter Mythen, 2 (St. Gall: UVK, 1999).

196. “Ottilia Fenchlerin’s Songbook: A Contribution to the History of Sixteenth-Century German Women’s Literature,” Women in German Yearbook 14 (1999): 19-40.

197. “Kontinuität und Aufbruch: Innovative narrative Tendenzen in der spätmittelalterlichen deutschsprachigen Literatur. Der Fall Mai und Beaflor,” Wirkendes Wort 48.3 (1998): 324-344.

198. “Revitalisierung des Rittertums: Nostalgie als literarische Strategie in den Volksbüchern,” Prospero. Rivista di culture anglo-germaniche V (1998): 63-88.

199. “Reading, Writing, and Learning in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” A Companion to Wolfram von Eschenbach. Ed. Will Hasty. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1999), 189-202.

200. “Introduction,” The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Garland, 1998), ix-xlii.

201. “The Book and the Power of Reading in Medieval High German Literature: Mystery, Enlightenment, Spirituality, and Love,” The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Garland, 1998), 61-97.
202. “Das deutsche Tagelied in seinen spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Varianten,” Etudes Germaniques 54.2 (1999): 173-96.

203. “The Cry-Baby Kings in Courtly Romances: What is Wrong with Medieval Kingship?,” Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XXXIX.2 (1998), 833-63.
 
204. “German Jesuits in Sonora as Contributors to the History of German Literature,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 33 (1998): 41-54.

205. “The Emergence of Modern Drama Out of Late-Medieval Shrovetide Plays. The Case of ‘Das Leben der heyligen Frawen Susanna’,” Medieval Perspectives XIV (1999): 35-49.

206. “Desperate Lovers, Suicidal and Murderous: Early Modern Dawn Songs and Ballads,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100.2 (1999): 207-26.

207. “Autobiographische Diskurse als Identitätsexperimente in der Literatur des Spätmittelalters,” Ich - Ulrich von Liechtenstein. Literatur und Politik im Mittelalter. Akten der Akademie Friesach “Stadt und Kultur im Mittelalter” Friesach (Kärnten), 2.-6. September 1996, ed. Franz Viktor Spechtler/Barbara Maier (Klagenfurt: Wieser, 1999), 177-204.

208. “Trauer müssen sie tragen: Postklassische Ästhetik des 13. Jahrhunderts in der Klage,” Ostbairische Grenzmarken. Passauer Jahrbuch für Geschichte, Kunst und Volkskunde XLI (1999): 51-68.

209. “Außenseiter der Gesellschaft im späthöfischen Roman, Volksbuch und Volkslied. Eine literar-soziologische und ethnologische Untersuchung,” Europäische Ethnologie und Folklore im internationalen Kontext. Festschrift für Leander Petzold zum 65. Geburtstag. Ed. Ingo Schneider (Frankfurt a.M.-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 1999), 351-66.

210. “Spain in Medieval German Courtly Romances and Travel Accounts: Imagological and Mental-Historical Investigations,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 11 (1999): 153-71.

211. “Spain and Germany in the Middle Ages: An Unexplored Literary-Historical Area of Exchange, Reception, and Exploration,” The Lion and the Eagle. Interdisciplinary Essays on German-Spanish Relations over the Centuries. Ed. by Conrad Kent, Thomas K. Wolber, and Cameron M. K. Hewitt (New York-Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2000), 47-76.

reviewed German Studies Review XXV.2 (2002): 413-15

212. “Writing a History of German Women’s Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present: Problems and New Approaches,” German Studies Review XXIII.1 (2000): 13-31.

213. “The Experience of and Attitude Towards Time in Medieval German Literature from the Early Middle Ages to the Fifteenth Centuries,” Neohelicon XXVI (1999): 135-54.
214. “Deutsch-französische Literaturbeziehungen im 15. Jahrhundert. ‘Volksbücher’ als Übersetzungen oder authentische Werke,” New Texts, Methodologies, and Interpretations in Medieval German Literature (Kalamazoo Papers 1992-1995), ed. Sibylle Jefferis (Göppingen 1999), 173-207.

215. “Frauen als Buchdruckerinnen im deutschen Sprachraum des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts,” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 75 (2000): 181-95.

216. “Electronic Publishing and the Tenure Clock: Book Reviews.,The Electronic Book Review as a New Scholarly Medium of the New Millenium,” Library Automated Systems Information Exchange (LASIE) 31, 2 (2000): 51-8.

217-222. “Christine Ebner (235-36),” “Gustav Freytag (312-13),” “Hildegard von Bingen (463-65),” “Journals (540-43),“Liselotte von der Pfalz (654-55),” “Mysticism (738-39),” Encyclopedia of German Literature, ed. Matthias Konzett (Chicago-London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2000).

223-228. “Crusades” (201-07), “Foreign Races” (368-72), “Nibelungenlied” (708-11), “Saracen Princess” (862-65), “Tannhäuser” (968-70), “Wolfram von Eschenbach” (1062-63), Medieval Folklore. An Encyclopedia of Myths, Legends, Tales, Beliefs, and Customs, ed. John Lindow, John McNamara, and Carl Lindahl (Santa Barbara-et al.: ABC-CLIO, 2000).

229. “The Literary Puzzle of Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône. Seen from a Postmodern Perspective,” Michigan Germanic Studies XXIV.2 (1998, published in 2000): 111-28.

230. “Die Suche nach der Utopie in der Gralswelt. Albrechts (von Scharfenberg) Der jüngere Titurel,” Parzival. Reescritura y Transformación, ed. Berta Raposo Fernández (Valencia: Universitat de València, 2000), 133-56.

231. “Inventing the Middle Ages as Recreation:The Testimony of the Chapbook,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 25 (2000): 345-64.
 
232. “Witz, Humor, Satire. Georg Wickrams Rollwagenbüchlein als Quelle für sozialhistorische und mentalitätsgeschichtliche Studien zum 16. Jahrhundert. Oder: Vom kommunikativen und gewalttätigen Umgang der Menschen in der Frühneuzeit,” Jahrbuch für ungarische Germanistik (1999; appeared in 2000): 13-30.

233. “Neuentdeckungen zur Frauenliteratur des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts: Beiträge von Frauen zu Liederbüchern und Liederhandschriften: ein lange verschollenes Erbe,” Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999, appeared in 2000): 34-67.

234. “Jewish-German Women Writers in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Germany. A Literary Mirage or the Discovery of a Lost Tradition?,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 31.2 (2000): 147-57.

235. “Der Schweizer Minnesänger Ulrich von Singenberg,” Schweizerisch/Alemannische Perspektiven der neunziger Jahre. Hg. von Peter Pabisch. Special Issue of Schatzkammer (Vermillion, SD: Verlag Schatzkammer, 2000), 107-24.

236. “The Bloody Battle Poem as Negative Examples: The Argument against Blood Feud and Images of Peaceful Political Negotiations in German Heroic Poetry,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 53 (2000): 123-143.

237. “The Role of Wealth and Money in Medieval and Late-Medieval German Literature,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI.3 (2000): 415-428.

238. “The Amazing East and the Curious Reader: Twelfth-Century World Exploration through a Writer’s Mind: Lamprecht’s Alexander,” Orbis Litterarum 55.5 (2000): 317-39.

239. “Literary Autobiography and Mystical Vision. Heinrich Seuse’s Contribution to the History of German Literature,” Studies in Spirituality 10 (2000): 182-204.

240. “August von Platen’s Tristan. A Post-Romantic Version of the Medieval Tristan Legend,” Tristania XX (2000): 93-114.

241. “What do they mean for us today? Medieval Literature and Philosophy at the End of the Twentieth Century. Boethius, John of Salisbury, Abelard, and Christine de Pizan,” Mediaevistik 12 (1999; appeared in 2001): 185-208.

242. “Alexanderlied” (13f.), “Boner, Ulrich” (68), “Chronicles, World, German” (124-26), “Eilhart von Oberg” (197f.), “Hadlaub, Johannes” (315f.), “Herrad von Hohenburg” (355f.), “Hugo von Langenstein” (375), “Hugo von Montfort” (375f.), “Johann von Würzburg” (414f.), “Kaufringer, Heinrich” (420f.), “Oswald von Wolkenstein” (582-84), “Püterich von Reichertshausen, Jacob” (632, “Thomasîn von Zerklaere” (757), “Ulenspegel” (767f.), “Ulrich von Etzenbach” (770f.), “Ulrich von Türheim” (772f.), Warbeck, Veit” (798), Medieval Germany. An Encyclopedia. Ed. by John M. Jeep (New York-London: Garland, 2001).    “Oswald von Wolkenstein” also appeared in Key Figures in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia, ed. Richard K. Emmerson (New York: Routledge, 2005), 491-93.

243-244. “Helena von Troja - verführte Verführering, Freudenbringering und Untergangsfigur. Ein antiker Mythos im Nachleben des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit” (375-93), “Nostradamus und seine Prophezeiungen. Ein Mythos aus Wissenschaft und Glauben” (717-24), Ulrich Müller, Werner Wunderlich, eds., Verführer, Schurken, Magier. Mittelalter Mythen, 3 (St. Gall: UVK, 2001).

245. “Die ‘Querelle des femmes’ im 16. Jahrhundert im Kontext des theologischen Gelehrtenstreits. Die literarischen Beiträge von Argula von Grumbach und Anna Ovena Hoyers,” Wirkendes Wort 50.2 (2000): 189-213.

246. “Hermann Hesses Glasperlenspiel (1943) und James Hiltons Lost Horizon (1933). Die Intertextualität zweier utopischer Entwürfe,” Studia Neophilologica 72 (2000): 190-202.

247. “Kulturelle und religiöse Kontakte zwischen dem christlichen Europa und dem buddhistischen Indien während des Mittelalters: Rudolfs von Ems Barlaam und Josaphat im europäischen Kontext,” Fabula 41.3/4 (2000): 203-28.

248. “Die Darstellung von Frauen in Leichenpredigten der Frühen Neuzeit. Lebensverhältnisse, Bildungsstand, Religiosität, Arbeitsbereiche,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, MIÖG 108 (2000): 291-318.

249. “‘von erfarung aller land’” — Sebastian Brant’s Narrenschiff: A Document of Social, Intellectual, and Mental History,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 26 (2001): 52-65.

250. “Abaelards Historia Calamitatum, der Briefwechsel mit Heloise und Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Historisch-biographische und fiktionale Schicksale. Eine Untersuchung zur Intertextualität im zwölften und dreizehnten Jahrhundert,” arcadia 35.2 (2000): 225-53.

251. “Ehelob und Preis der Ehefrau im Reinfried von Braunschweig,” Seminar 37.2 (2001): 95-112.

252. “Erhart Gross - ein weitgehend unbekannt gebliebener Autor des 15. Jahrhunderts. Über Liebe, Ehe, Kinder, Witwenschaft und Gottesfurcht aus der Sicht eines Kartäusers,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 100 (2001): 377-405.

253. “Mord, Totschlag, Vergewaltigung, Unterdrückung und Sexualität. Liebe und Gewalt in der Welt von Heinrich Kaufringer,” Daphnis 29.1-2 (2000): 3-36.

254. “Frauen im Buchdruckergewerbe des 17. Jahrhunderts. Fortsetzung einer spätmittelalterlichen Tradition und Widerlegung eines alten Mythos. Methodische Vorüberlegungen zur Erhellung der Rolle von Buchdruckerinnen,” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2001): 220-236.

255. “Lieddichtung und Liederbücher im deutschen Spätmittelalter,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 12 (2000): 217-228.

256. “Bereavement in the Middle Ages: With an Emphasis on Middle High German Literature,” “Pur Remembrance”. Mélanges en Mémoire de Wolfgang A. Spiewok, éd. par Anne Berthelot. Wodan, 79 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 2001), 89-118.

257. “Der König vom Odenwald,” http://www.odenwald-bisz.de/menschen/kingodenwald.html

258. “Das Licht am Ende des Tunnels: Motivationsstrukturen für den Deutschunterricht, Reflexionen über ein altes und stets neues Problem,” Unterrichtspraxis 34.1 (2001): 42-50.

259-264. “Aurelius, Marcus” (62-64), “Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Medieval and Renaissance Life Writing” (363-65) “Hebbel, Christian Friedrich” (417-19), “Rilke, Rainer Maria” (749-51), “Seuse, Heinrich” (802-03), “Zuckmayer, Carl” (981-82), Encyclopedia of Life Writing. Autobiographical and Biographical Forms, 2 vols., ed. Margareta Jolly (London-Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001).

265. “What Could the Burgundians Have Done to Avoid the Catastrophe? The Breakdown of the Communicative Community in the Nibelungenlied,” Neophilologus LXXXV.4 (2001): 565-587.

266. “Worldly Love - Spiritual Love. The Dialectics of Courtly Love in the Middle Ages,” Studies in Spirituality 11 (2001): 166-186.

267. “Moriz und kein Ende... Zugleich kritisch-provokative Gedanken über den wissenschaftlichen Betrieb in der mediävistischen Germanistik,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 55 (2001): 75-93.

268. “The Never-Ending Story of the (German) Middle Ages: Philology, Hermeneutics, Medievalism, and Mysticism,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 55.2 (2001): 67-79.

269. “Die historische Entwicklung eines literarischen Sammlungstypus. Das Liederbuch vom 14. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert — von der Weingartner Liederhandschrift bis zum Venus-Gärtlein,” “daß gepfleget werde der feste Buchstab. Festschrift Heinz Rölleke zum 65. Geburtstag am 6. November 2001, ed. Achim Hölter and Lothar Bluhm (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2001), 26-40.

270. “Die Bedeutung von Geld in der Welt des hohen und späten Mittelalters. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Zeugen der mittelhochdeutschen Literaturgeschichte: Walther von der Vogelweide bis Sebastian Brant und Fortunatus,” Studi Medievali XLII.II (2001): 565-604.

271. “Travel, Orality, and the Literary Discourse: Travels in the Past and Literary Travels at the Crossroad of the Oral and the Literary,” Oral History of the Middle Ages. The Spoken Word in Context. Ed. Gerhard Jaritz and Michael Richter (Krems-Budapest: Medium Aevum Quotidianum, and: Department of Medieval Studies, CEU: 2001), 217-53.

272. “Boethius’ ‘De consolatione philosophiae’. Eine ‘explication du texte’,” Jahrbuch für internationale Germanistik XXXII.2 (2000): 44-61.

273. “Alzei” (51), “Gran” (73f.), “Norway” (104), “Ordal” (165), The Nibelungen Tradition. An Encyclopedia. Ed. by Francis G. Gentry, Winder McConell, et al. (New York-London: Routledge, 2002).

274. Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfalz, Herzogin von Orléans. Eine literarische Stimme der Barockzeit im Privaten,” Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts 16 (2001): 23-29: Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert und Österreich (8 point printed).

275. “Joseph Och - ein Jesuit des 18. Jahrhunderts im Südwesten von Nordamerika: literarhistorische, imagologische und mentalitätsgeschichtliche Studien,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 35 (2000): 153-66.

276. “Teaching Older German Literature in American Classrooms (“Don’t Trust Anybody Prior to 1800”),” Schatzkammer XXVII (2001): 89-106.

277. “The Self, the Other, and Everything in Between: Xenological Phenomenology of the Middle Ages,” Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. A. Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), xi-lxxiii.

278. “Foreigners in Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur,” Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. A. Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), 226-48.

279. “To Fear or not to Fear, that is the Question: Oswald von Wolkenstein Facing Death and Enjoying Life. Fifteenth-Century Mentalitätsgeschichte Reflected in Lyric Poetry,” Fear and Its Representations in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Ed. Anne Scott & Cynthia Kosso. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 6 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2002), 274-91 (invited).
                    
280. “Genre, Lesepublikum, Buchmarkt - die Entwicklung des frühneuhochdeutschen “Volksbuchs” als polyvalentes Diskursforum. Zur Phänomenologie der spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Literatur,” Textsorten deutscher Prosa vom 12./13. Jahrhundert bis 18. Jahrhundert und ihre Merkmale. Akten zum Internationalen Kongress in Berlin 20. bis 22. September 1999. Ed. von Franz Simmler. Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik. Reihe A. Kongressberichte, 67 (Bern-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 2002), 65-88.

281. “Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Women Scribes, Women Printers, Women Editors, and Women Poets,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 56 (2002): 199-222.

282. “Die Mutter spricht zu ihrer Tochter. Literarsoziologische Betrachtungen zu einem feministischen Thema,” German Quarterly 75.1 (2002): 71-87, with missing endnotes in 75, 2 (2002): 159.

283. “Witwen in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters: Neue Perspektiven auf ein vernachlässigtes Thema,” Etudes Germaniques 57.2 (2002): 197-232.

284. “Erotik im Mittelalter - Sexualität in der Moderne. Die Welt von König Artus im Spannungsfeld von Gestern und Heute. Adolf Muschgs Der Rote Ritter als Rezeptionszeuge und erotische Sozialutopie,” Wirkendes Wort 52.1 (2002): 4-23.

285. “Minnesang,” A Companion to Middle High German Literature to the 14th Century. Ed. Frank Gentry (Leiden-Boston-Cologne: Brill, 2002),117-50.

286. “Didactic/Gnomic Literature of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries,” A Companion to Middle High German Literature. Ed. Frank Gentry (Leiden-Boston-Cologne: Brill, 2002), 475-89.

287. “The German Kirchengesangbuch: A Literary Phenomenon of the Sixteenth Century,” Daphnis 30.3-4 (2001): 665-89.

288. “Humor in German Medieval Literature: With Special Emphasis on the Grotesque in Tristan als Mönch and Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône,” Tristania XXI (2002): 59-91.

289. “Die flämische Mystikerin Hadewijch als erotische Liebesdichterin,” Studies in Spirituality 12 (2002): 23-42.

290. “Epistemology at the Courts: The Discussion of Love by Andreas Capellanus and Juan Ruiz,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CIII.3 (2002): 341-62.

291. “Von Chaucers ‘Canterbury Travels’ bis zu Wickrams ‘Rollwagenbüchlein’: Literarische Spiegel des Alltags im Spätmittelalter. Reisen als Gleichmacher der sozialen Stände,” Textallianzen am Schnittpunkt der germanistischen Disziplinen. Hgg. Alexander Schwarz, Laure Abplanalp Luscher. Tausch, 14 (Bern-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 2001), 483-99.

292. “Geld als Thema deutscher Volkslieder des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit. Mentalitätsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen,” Lied und populäre Kultur / Song and Popular Culture: Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 46 (2001): 11-37.

293. “The Medieval Monastery as a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk.’ The Case of the ‘Heideklöster’ Wienhausen and Ebstorf,” Studi medievali XLIII, Fasc. II (2002): 503-34.
 
294. “Nibelungenlied,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm; April 2003) (ca. 2400 words)

295. “Medieval Europe and its Encounter with the Foreign World: Late-Medieval German Witnesses, Medieval Cultures in Contact. Ed. By Richard F. Gyug. Fordham Series in Medieval Studies (New York: Fordham University Press, 2003), 85-103.

296. “Abelard and Heloise’s Love Story from the Perspective of their Son Astrolabe: Luise Rinser’s Novel Abelard’s Love,” Journal of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association 57.1 (2003): 9-31.

297. “The Downfall of a Hero: Siegfried’s Self-Destruction and the End of Heroism in the Nibelungenlied,” German Studies Review XXVI.2 (2003): 295-14.

298. “Gender Conflicts, Miscommunication, and Communicative Communities in the Late Middle Ages: The Evidence of Fifteenth-Century German Verse Narratives,” Speaking in the Medieval World. Ed. Jean Godsall-Myers. Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions, 16 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2003), 65-92.
299. “The Tristan Romance in the Middle Ages (and its Reception History)” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm, May 2003) (ca. 3250 words)

300. “German Courtly Romances,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm), May 2003 (ca. 2900 words)

301. “Self-Enactment of Late Medieval Chivalry: Wooing and The Tournament as Performance and Self-Representation in Ulrich von Liechtenstein’s Frauenbuch,” Seminar XXXIX.2 (2003): 93-113.

302. “Meister Eckhart’s Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century,” Mystical Quarterly XXIX.1-2 (2003): 6-23.

303. “Buchdruckerinnen des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: Informationen aus spanischen Bibliotheken. Mit spezieller Berücksichtigung der Bibliotheca General e Histórica de la Universitat de València, Spanien,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2003): 192-207.    

304. “Widows: Their Social and Religious Functions According to Medieval German Literature, with Special Emphasis on Erhart Gross’s Witwenbuch (1446),” in Fifteenth-Century Studies 28 (2003): 65-79.

305. “Herz und Seele in Hartmanns von Aue “Der arme Heinrich.” Der mittelalterliche Dichter als Psychologe?,” Mediaevistik 14 (2003): 7-30.

306. “Der Kampf um das Mittelalter im Werk Thomas Manns: Der Zauberberg: Die menschliche Misere im Kreuzfeuer geistesgeschichtlicher Strömungen,” Studia Neophilologica 75 (2003): 32-46.

307. “Marie de France,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5494), Sept. 2003 (2300 words)

308. “Death Rituals and Manhood in the Middle High German Poems The Lament, Johannes von Tepl’s The Plowman, and Heinrich Wittenwiler’s Ring,” Grief and Gender: 700-1700. Ed. by Jennifer C. Vaught (New York: Palgrave, 2003), 33-47.

309. “Die Iberische Halbinsel aus der Sicht eines humanistischen Nürnberger Gelehrten Hieronymus Münzer: Itinerarium Hispanicum (1494-1495),” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 111.3-4 (2003): 317-40.

310. “Storms, Sea Crossings, the Challenges of Nature and the Transformation of the Protagonist in Courtly Romances,” Neohelicon XXX.2 (2003): 163-82.

311. “Die deutsche Predigtliteratur des Mittelalters im Kontext der europäischen Erzähltradition: Johannes Paulis Schimpf und Ernst (1521) als Rezeptionsmedium,” Fabula 44.3/4 (2003): 209-36.
                        
312. “Jewish-Christian Relations in the German Middle Ages — the Exploration of Alternative Voices? The Deconstruction of a Myth or Factual History? Literary-Historical Investigations,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 58 (2003): 123-49.

313. “Middle Ages, 500-1500,” Literary Encyclopedia (2003) (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1354)http://www.li… (ca. 8800 words)
                
314. “Benedictines and Cistercians,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1331 and http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1328 ) (ca. 4000 words)
 
315. “The World of the Turks Described by an Eye-Witness: Georgius de Hungaria’s Dialectical Discourse about the Foreign World of the Ottoman Empire,” Journal of Early Modern History 7.3-4 (2003): 257-79.

316. “Self and Other in the Arthurian World: Heinrich von dem Türlin’s ‘Wunderketten,’” Monatshefte 96.1 (2004): 20-39.
                        
317. “John of Salisbury,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (1962 words): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5533

318. “Die Freude am Exotischen als literarisches Phänomen des Spätmittelalters. Heinrichs von Neustadt Apollonius von Tyrland,” Wirkendes Wort 54.1 (2004): 23-46.

319. “Die Suche nach dem Ich in der Gottheit. Mystische Literatur als epistemologisches
Phänomen im Spätmittelalter: Zu Hildegard von Bingen, Mechthild von Magdeburg und Agnes Blannbekin,” Etudes Médiévales, ed. Danielle Buschinger, 4 (2002): 21-34.
    
320. “Espanya, València i Oswald von Wolkenstein: Geografia de la Baixa Edat Mitjana i història de la mentalitat geogràfica” (trans. Ferran Robles i Sabater), Paisajes Espirituales. El Diálogo cultural entre Alemania y Valencia, ed. Berta Raposo y José A. Calañas (Valencia: Generalitat Valenciana, 2003), 13-37.        

321. “Roger Bacon,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (2469 words) http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=210

322. “Alexander of Hales,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (1127 words)  http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=70

323. “Der verkannte Meister? Eine Schlüsselfigur des 16. Jahrhunderts im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik. Die Darstellung von Frauen im Werk von Hans Sachs,” Etudes Germaniques 59 (2004): 5-39.

324. “Courtly Love,” Literary Encyclopedia (online) (5562 words), 2004: http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1378
        
325. “Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Literary Encyclopedia (online) (2448 words), 2004: http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5559        

326. “Violence in the Shadow of the Courts,” Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 1-36.

327. “Violence at King Arthur’s Court: Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Perspectives,” Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 127-149.

328. “Women, Wives, and Marriage in the World of Hans Sachs,” in Daphnis 32.3-4 (2003): 491-521.

329. “Missionarische Bemühungen als Welterforschung. Jesuitische Sichtweisen auf die Neue Welt: nördliches Mexico — heutiges Arizona,” Scientiae et artes. Die Vermittlung alten und neuen Wissens in Literatur, Kunst und Musik. Vol. II. Ed. Barbara Mahlmann-Bauer. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, 38 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004), 1029-51.
        
330. “Jewish-Christian Relations in Medieval Literature,” Peter Meister, ed., German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony. Studies in German Jewish History, 6 (Oxford, Bern, Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2004), 53-65.

331. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” in Literary Encyclopedia, Dec. 2004, online at: http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5545 (1600 words)

332. “Die deutschen Liederbücher des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Kritische Sichtung eines spätmittelalterlichen Sammlungstypus,” Franz Simmler, ed., Textsortentypologien und Textallianzen von der Mitte des 15. bis zur Mitte es 16. Jahrhunderts: Akten zum Internationalen Kongress in Berlin 21. bis 25. Mai 2003 (Berlin: Weidler, 2004), 43-78.

333. 10 Articles on: Frau Ava (49-52), Margareta von Schwangau, (586-87), St. Catherine of Siena (144-47), Gertrud the Great (360-64), Ebner, Christine (282-84), Ebner, Margareta (284-86), Anna of Munzingen (34-35), Mechthild of Hackeborn (632-35), Mechthild of Magdeburg (635-37), Epistolary Authors (324-29), Women in the Middle Ages: An Encyclopedia. 2 Vols. Ed. Katharina M. Wilson and Nadia Margolis (Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2004).

334. Georg Forsters Liederbücher im 16. Jahrhunderts: Letzte Blüte und Ausklang einer Epoche. Rezeptionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zur Gattung des spätmittelalterlichen Liedes,” Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 48 (2003): 11-47.

335. “Charlemagne,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=828 (2100 words)

336. “Thomas a Kempis,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=2 (1500 words)

337. “Other, The, European Views of,” New Dictionary of History of Ideas, ed. Jennifer Wisinski. Vol. 4 (New York: Charles Scribener’s Sons, 2004), 1691-98.

338.“Moriz von Craun,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=16639 (2045 words)

339. “Moriz, Tristan, and Ulrich as Master Disguise Artists: Deconstruction and Reenactment of Courtliness in Moriz von Craûn, Tristan als Mönch, and Ulrich von Liechtenstein’s Frauendienst,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 103.4 (2004): 475-504.    

340. “Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Discourse, Communication, and Social Interaction,” Discourses on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004[appeared in 2005]), 1-42.            

341. “Love, Marriage, and Sexual Transgressions in Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives (ca. 1400),” Discourse on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004 [appeared in 2005]), 289-312.
    
342. “Roswitha of Gandersheim,” together with Eva Parra Membrives and Alfonso Corbacho Sánchez, Literary Encyclopedia, March 2005; 2400 words (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5891).

343. “The Struggle against Fear as a Struggle for the Self in Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur,” Partonopeus in Europe: An Old French Romance and its Adaptations. Mediaevalia 25.2, Special Issue (2004): 225-52.

344. “Christoph Weiditz Paints Spain (1529): A German Artists Discovers the Spanish Peninsula,” in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CV.4 (2004): 395-406.

345. “Johannes Kepler,” Literary Encylopedia (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5922, May 2005), 930 words
    
346. “Noch einmal zu Wolframs ‘spekulativer’ Kyôt -Quelle im Licht jüdischer Kultur und Philosophie des zwölften Jahrhunderts,” Studi Medievali XLVI (2005): 281-308.

347. “Mittelalterliche Chronistik und Literatur im Werk von Hans Sachs: Rezeptionshistorische Perspektiven im 16. Jahrhundert,” Colloquia Germanica 37.1 (2004): 1-25.

348. “Oswald von Wolkenstein im Kontext der deutschen Spanienreisen des 15. Jahrhunderts,” Der Schlern 78.10 (2004): 68-73.

349. “Toleranz im späten 13. Jahrhundert, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Jans von Wien und Ramon Llull,” Mediaevistik 17 (2004): 25-55.
    
350. “Female Agency and Power in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan: The Irish Queen Isolde: New Perspectives,” in Tristania XXIII (2005): 39-60.

351. “Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: the Eternal Bread, and Love,” Tristania XXIII (2005): 91-105.

352. “Love and Fear of the Foreign: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine (1456). A Xenological Analysis,” Foreign Encounters: Case Studies in German Literature , ed. Mara Wade & Glenn Ehrstine. Daphnis 33.1-2 (2004): 97-122.

353. “Die vermeintlich vergessenen Kinder in der mhd. Literatur. Emotionsgeschichtliche Erkundigungen,” in Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 35 (2005): 9-34.

354. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today?,” Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2005), 1-65.

355. “Andreas Capellanus: Der große Experte auf dem Gebiet der Liebe - ein Satiriker, klerikaler Kritiker oder Philosoph?,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 687-703.

356. “Alkuin und Hrabanus Maurus: Zwei Gelehrte der Karolingischen Renaissance,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 805-24.

357. “Thomas von Aquin: Der größte Universalist aller Zeiten,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 981-92.
 
358. “The Fourteenth-Century Verse Novella Dis ist von dem Heselin: Eroticism, Social Discourse, and Ethical Criticism,” Orbis Litterarum 60.4 (2005): 260-77.

359. “Crisis and Triumph in the World of Medieval Knighthood and Chivalry: Gawan in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Gawain: Casebook, ed. Raymond H. Thompson and Keith Busby (New York and London: Routledge, 2005), 217-29.
   
360. 63 entries on medieval poets and texts Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature, ed. Jay Ruud (New York: Facts on File, 2005). Alanus de Insulis (9-10), Alexanderlied (12-13), Andreas Capellanus (27-29), Aucassin et Nicolette (44-46), Barlaam and Josaphat (59-60), Benoît de Sainte-Marie (66-68), Béroul (73-74), Burkhart von Hohenfels (99-100), Carmina Burana (114-15), Cent Ballades (Christine de Pizan, 120-21), Charles d’Orléans (127-28), Christine de Pizan’s Le Livre de Cité des dames (93-95), Der von Kürenberg (180), Der Wilde Alexander (180-81, Dietmar von Aist (183-84), Meister Eckhart (202-03), Eilhart von Oberg (206), Einhard (206-07), Eleanore of Aquitaine (208-10), Floire et Blancheflor (233-34), Friedrich von Hausen (243), Geoffrey of Vinsauf (255), Goliardic Verse (269-70), Gottfried von Straßburg (270-72), Guillaume de Lorris (285-86), Hartmann von Aue (297-99), Heinrich von Melk (304-05), Heinrich von Morungen (305), Heinrich von Veldeke (305-06), Hildegard von Bingen (313-14), Holy Grail (318-19), Hrotsvit of Gandersheim (322-24), Jean de Meun (345-47), Jean de Joinville (353-54), Kaiserchronik (361-62), Lanval (Marie de France, 388-90), Ramon Llull, (408-09), Guillaume de Machaut (417-19), John Mandeville (425-27), Marie de Champagne (438), Mechthild von Magdeburg (441-42), Minnesang (447-48), Neidhart (463-64), Nibelungenlied (466-68), Parzival (492-93), Paul the Deacon (496-97), Reinmar der Alte (531-32), Robert de Boron (542), Roman de la rose (548-49), Roman de Renart (549-50), Song of Roland (594-96), Thomas of Britain (631-32), Tristan (640-41), Tristan and Isolde (641-42), Troubadours (647-49), Trouvères (649-50), Ulrich von Lichtenstein (653-54), Ulrich von Zatzikhoven (654), Geoffroi of Villehardouin (662-63), Fançois Villon (663-65), Waldere (678), Walther von der Vogelweide (678-79), Wolfram von Eschenbach (691-92).

361. “The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation,” Literary Encyclopedia (2006), 2490 words (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1646&PHPSESSID=5d6…)

362. “Das “Hildebrandslied” im heutigen Literaturunterricht? Eine Herausforderung und große, ungenutzte Chance,” in Unterrichtspraxis 38.1 (2005; appeared in 2006): 19-30.

363. “Christine de Pizan,” in Literary Encylcopedia (online), 2827 words
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364. “Mittelalterliche Erotik und moderne Sexualität in der Welt von König Artus: Adolf Muschgs ‘Der Rote Ritter’ als Rezeptionszeuge und Medium der erotischen Selbstbespiegelung,” Artus-Mythen und Moderne, ed. Sieglinde Hartmann, Thomas Le Blanc, et al. (Wetzlar: Phantastische Bibliothek Wetzlar, 2005), 281-97.

365. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” Will Hasty, ed., German Literature of the High Middle Ages (Columbus, S.C: Camden House, 2006), 22-35.

366. “History of Scholarship on Medieval German Arthurian Literature,” A History of Arthurian Scholarship, ed. Norris J. Lacy. Arthurian Studies (Woodbridge, Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 2006), 122-39.

367. “Mauritius von Craûn and Otto von Freising’s The Two Cities: 12th- and 13th-Century Scepticism about Historical Progress and the Metaphor of the Ship,” German Quarterly 79.1 (2006): 28-49.

368. “‘Die Heidin’ — A Late-Medieval Experiment in Cultural Rapprochement Between Christians and Saracens,” Medieval Encounters 11.1-2 (2005): 50-71.

369. “Imaginary Experience of the Divine: Felix Fabri’s Sionpilger— Late-Medieval Pilgrimage Literature as a Window into Religious Mentality,” Studies in Spirituality 15 (2005): 109-28.

370. “Das Motiv des aufopfernden Freundes von der Antike über das Mittelalter bis zur Neuzeit,” Fabula 47.1-2 (2006): 17-32.

371. “A Woman Fights for Her Honor: Ruprecht of Würzburg’s Von zwein kouf mannen: Female Self-Determination versus Male Mercantilism,” Seminar XLII.2 (2006): 95-113.

372. “Tolerance in the Middle Ages? The Good Heathens as Fellow Beings in the World of Reinfried von Braunschweig, Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur, and Die Heideninne,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 61 (2006): 183-223.

373. “The Tristan-and-Isolde-Motif in Sixteenth-Century Italian Literature: Straparola’s Reception of a Medieval Narrative: A New Source of the Tristan Reception History,” Tristania XXIV (2006): 79-94.

374. “Werner Rolevinck’s Fasciculus Temporum. The History of a Late-Medieval Bestseller, or: the First Hypertext,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2006): 225-30.
375. “Friendship in the Middle Ages: A Ciceronian Concept in Konrad von Würzburg’s Engelhard (ca. 1280),” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 41.2 (2006): 227-46.
    
376. “Hans Sachs’s Reception of the Medieval Heroic Tradition: Social Criticism in the Cloak of Nibelungelied Source Material,” in Parergon 23.1 (2006): 93-117.

377. “Das Nibelungenlied in Amerika: Verhaltener Triumph und tragischer Verlust
Ein deutsches Heldenlied als Teil des amerikanischen Literaturkanons im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert?,” “Von Mythen und Mären” – Mittelalterliche Kulturgeschichte im Spiegel einer Wissenschaftler-Biographie. Festschrift Otfrid Ehrismann zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Gudrun Marci-Boehncke and Jörg Riecke (Hildesheim, Zürich, and New York: Olms, 2006), 307-21.
                                        
378. “Literary or Not? The Fictionality Debate in Autobiographical Writings by a Fifteenth-Century German Woman Writer: Helene Kottanner’s Memoirs,” in Medieval Perspectives 19 (2004; appeared in 2006): 64-90.
                        
379. “Marriage in Late-Medieval German Easter and Shrovetide Plays,” Comparative Drama 40.1 (2006): 99-124.
            
380. “Roman Sentimental in the Middle Ages? Mai und Beaflor as a Literary Reflection of
the Medieval History of Emotions,” Oxford German Studies 35.2 (2006): 83-100.

381. “Die sich selbst verschlingende Gewalt: Grundsätzliche Gedanken zu einem global-menschlichen Phänomen mit mediävistischen Perspektiven auf Wernhers des Gaertenære Helmbrecht und Heinrich Wittenwilers Ring,” Futhark: Revista de investigación y cultura 1 (2006): 11-39
            
382. “Anger and Anger Management in the Middle Ages: Mental-Historical Perspectives,” Mediavistik 19 (2006): 21-50.

383. “Rituale des Trauerns als Sinnstiftung und ethische Transformation des eigenen Daseins im agonalen Raum der höfischen Welt. Zwei Fallstudien: Diu Klage und Mai und Beaflor,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 36 (2006): 30-54.

384. “Polyglots in Medieval German Literature: Outsiders, Critics, or Revolutionaries?
Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan, Wernher the Gardener’s Helmbrecht, and
Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Neophilologus 91.1 (2007): 101-15. http://www.springerlink.com/content/nr77476775221421/fulltext.pdf

385. “Deutsche Lieddichtung im barocken Schatten: Das Venus-Gärtlein als Bindeglied zwischen spätmittelalterlicher und frühneuzeitlicher Lyrik,” Textsorten und Textallianzen, ed. Ilpo Tapani Piirainen and Jörg Meier. Germanistische Arbeiten zur Sprachgeschichte, 5 (Berlin: Weidler, 2007), 137-58.

386. “Dogs as Messengers, Carriers of Text, Protectors, and Drugs in Courtly Life and Literature,” Medieval Fauna and Flora, ed. Sieglinde Hartmann. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 8 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2007), 67-86.

387. “Literarische Diskurs-Bricolage als literarische Strategie (Textallianz) in spätmittelalterlicher Chronistik: der Fall von Jans Enikels Weltchronik,” Strukturen und Funktionen in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Festschrift Franz Simmler zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Claudia Wich-Reif (Berlin: Weidler, 2007), 425-44.

388. “Heinrich der Teichner: The Didactic Poet as a Troublemaker, Whistle-Blower, and Social Rebel,” Medievalia et Humanistica New Series 32 (2007): 63-81.
                    
389. “Multilingual Awareness through Travel,” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 61.1 (2007): 84-96.        

390. “The Disrupted Dinner in the Nibelungenlied: The Development of Tragedy in the Heroic Context Reflected in the Hunt, the Kitchen, Dinner Preparations, Quenched Fires, and Spoiled Banquets,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CVIII.2 (2007): 381-97.

391. “The Symbolic Function of Food as Iconic Representation of Culture and Spirituality in
Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival (ca. 1205),” Orbis Litterarum 62.4 (2007): 315-35.

392. “Caught on an Island: Geographic and Spiritual Isolation in Medieval German Courtly Literature: Herzog Ernst, Gregorius, Tristan, and Partonopier und Meliur,” Studia Neophilologica 79 (2007): 69-80.

393. “Gewaltverbrechen als Thema des spätarturischen Romans. Sozialkritisches in Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” Etudes Germaniques 62.2 (2007): 429-55.

394. “Poetische Proteste gegen den Krieg: Der Meistersänger Hans Sachs als früher Kriegsgegner im 16. Jahrhundert,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 63 (2007): 235-56.

395. “Andreas Gryphius.,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 27 Se 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 27 September 2007; http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5448

396. “Boethius as a Source for Late-Medieval German Didactic Poetry? The Example of
the Gnomic Poet Heinrich der Teichner,” Carmina Philosophiae 15 (2006): 63-88.

397. Christian Hoffmann von Hoffmannswaldau." The Literary Encyclopedia. 6 Oct. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 7 October 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11832&gt;
398. “Daniel Casper von Lohenstein,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 24 Oct. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 24 October 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11838&gt;

399. “Heinrich Wittenwiler,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 28 Nov. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 18 November 2007 <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11849&gt;

400. “New Knowledge, Disturbing and Attractive: The Faustbuch and the Wagnerbuch as Witnesses of the Early-Modern Paradigm Shift,” in Daphnis 35 (2006): 515-35.

401. “Albrecht Dürer,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 29 Nov. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 28 November 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=1360&gt;.
    
402 and 403. “Hartmann von Aue” (58-69), and “Wolfram von Eschenbach” (70-80), Arthurian Writers: A Biographical Encyclopedia, ed. Laura Cooner Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin (Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2008).

403. “Transgression and Laughter, the Scatological and the Epistemological: New Insights into the Pranks of Till Eulenspiegel,” Medievalia et Humanistica 33 (2007): 41-61.

404. “Diskursthema ‘Gewalt’ gegen Frauen’ in der deutschen Literatur des hohen und späten Mittelalters. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung Hartmanns von Aue Erec, Wolframs von Eschenbach Parzival und Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” Studien zu Literatur, Sprache und Geschichte in Europa: Wolfgang Haubrichs zum 65. Geburtstag gewidmet, ed. Albrecht Greule, Hans-Walter Hermann, Klaus Ridder and Andreas Schorr (St. Ingbert: Röhrig Universitätsverlag, 2008), 49-62.
            
405. “Liederrepertoire and Themenvielfalt: Vom didaktisch-religiösen Liedgut zum Liebes- und Trinklied. Die Begegnung zwischen dem hohen Mittelalter und dem sechzehnten Jahrhundert: die Carmina Burana und Georg Forsters Liederbücher,” Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs: Lied und populäre Kultur 52 (2007): 53-82.

406. “The Book of Hours in the Middle Ages,” Futhark: Revista de Investigación y Cultura 2 (2007): 111-29.
            
407. “Charles Martel” (782 words), The Literary Encyclopedia. 29 Feb. 2008. The Literary Dictionary Company. 3 March 2008. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11904&gt;

408. “Carolingian Empire” (2369 words), The Literary Encyclopedia. 4 Mar. 2008. The Literary Dictionary Company. 4 March 2008. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=5493&gt;

409. “Die neue und die alte Welt: Mediävistik in den USA heute,” Begegnung mit Literaturen: Festschrift Carola L. Gottzmann zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Petra Hoerner and Roswitha Wisniewski (Berlin: Weidler, 2008), 287-318.    

410. “Reading and Deciphering in Apollonius of Tyre and the Historia von den sieben weisen Meistern: Medieval Epistemology within a Literary Context,” Studi Medievali 49 (2008): 161-88.

411. “Heinrich der Teichner: Commentator and Critic of the Worlds of the Court,” Orbis Litterarum 63.3 (2008): 237-61.
                        
412. “The Quest for Knowledge Within Medieval Literary Discourse: The Metaphysical and Philosophical Meaning of Love,” Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 1-51.

413. “Love of Discourse and Discourse of Love in Middle High German Minnesang: The Case of the Post-Walther Generation from the Thirteenth- Through the Fifteenth Century,” Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 359-78.

414. “Südwesteuropäische Grenzüberschreitungen aus deutscher Perspektive: Fremdbegegnung zwischen deutschsprachigen Reisenden und der iberischen Welt im Spätmittelalter,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 116.1-2 (2008): 34-47.

415. “Indien: Imagination und Erfahrungswelt in Antike und Mittelalter,” Mittelalter-Mythen, V. Ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich (St. Gall: UVK, 2008), 359-72.

416. “Der Mythos vom Rhein: Geschichte, Kultur, Literatur und Ideologie. Die Rolle eines europäischen Flusses vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart,” Mittelalter-Mythen, vol. V. Ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich (St. Gall: UVK, 2008), 711-25.

417. “Buchdrucker und das Druckerwesen als literarisches Motiv im Spätmittelalter und der Frühneuzeit. Miszelle zu einem weltbewegenden Thema,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 83 (2008): 128-40.

418. “Laughter as the Ultimate Epistemological Vehicle in the Hands of Till Eulenspiegel,” Neophilologus 92 (2008): 417-89.

419. “The Cultural Significance of Sexuality in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and Beyond: A Secret Continuous Undercurrent or a Dominant Phenomenon of the Premodern World? Or: The Irrepressibility of Sex Yesterday and Today,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), 1-141.

420. “Naked Men in Medieval German Literature and Art: Anthropological, Cultural-Historical, and Mental-Historical Investigations,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), 143-69.

421. “Sexual Desire and Pornography: Literary Imagination in a Satirical Context: Gender Conflict, Sexual Identity, and Misogyny in ‘Das Nonnenturnier’,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), 649-90.

422. “Transcultural Encounters: German Jesuit Missionaries in the Pimería Alta,” Transcultural German Studies / Deutsch als Fremdsprache: Building Bridge / Brücken bauen, ed. Steven D. Martinson and Renate A. Schulz. Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik. Reihe A. Kongressberichte, 94 (Bern, Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2008), 269-95.

423. “The People Rise Up against the Tyrants in the Courtly World: John of Salisbury’s Policraticus, the Fables by Marie de France and the anonymous Mai und Beaflor,” Neohelicon 35.1 (2008): 17-29.

424. “Ayrer, Jakob” (orig. Jens Haustein), Killy Literarturlexikon, ed. Kühlmann, Achim Aurnhammer, et al. 2nd completely revised (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), 276-77.

425. “Masculine Women and Female Men: The Gender Debate in Medieval Courtly Literature
With an Emphasis on the Middle High German Verse Narrative Frauenturnier,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 43.2 (2008): 205-22.    
        
426. “Kinder - Eltern - Beziehung im Spätmittelalter: das Zeugnis der ‘Volkslieder’,” Current Topics in Medieval German Literature: Texts and Analyses (Kalamazoo Papers 2000-2006), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 748 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2008), 1-22.

427. “The Crusader as Lover and Tourist: Utopian Elements in Late Medieval German Literature: From Herzog Ernst to Reinfried von Braunschweig and Fortunatus,” Current Topics in Medieval German Literature: Texts and Analyses (Kalamazoo Papers 2000-2006), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 748 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2008), 83-102.

428. “Der alte Mensch in den spätmittelalterlichen Mæren: Die Komplexität der Alterserfahrung im Spätmittelalter aus mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Alterskulturen des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit. Akten des 16. Internationalen Kongresses Krems 16. bis 18. Oktober 2006, ed. Elisabeth Vavra. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit, 21 (Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2008), 219-41.

429. “Editing Medieval German Texts in the Twenty-First Century. Reflections on Recent Practices and Pragmatic Solutions in Light of Mai und Beaflor,” Leuvense Bijdragen 95 (2006): 1-14. (late reporting)

430. “Martin Montanus as Entertainer and Social Critic,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 62.2 (2008): 11-33.

431. “Literarhistorische Reflexionen in der Barockliteratur: Interesse an und Widerstand gegen das Mittelalter als Medium der poetischen Selbstidentifikation im Werk von Lohenstein und Hoffmannswaldau,” Etudes Germaniques 63 (2008): 551-70.

432. “Thomasin von Zerclaere’s Der Waelsche Gast and Hugo von Trimberg’s Renner. Two Middle High German Didacticians Focus on the Gender Relationship,” What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods, ed. Juanita Ferros Ruys. Disputatio, 15 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), 205-29.    
                    
433. “Erotic Symbolism, Laughter, and Hermeneutics at Work in Late-Medieval mæren.The Case of Das Häslein,” Medievalia et Humanistica, NS. 34 (2008): 87-104.

434. “Women in the World of the Grimms’ Fairy Tales,” Futhark: Revista de investigación y cultura 3 (2008): 99-120.

435. “Die Burg als Motiv in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Die imaginäre Burg, ed. Olaf Wagener, Heiko Laß, Thomas Kühtreiber, and Peter Dinzelbacher. Beihefte zur Mediävistik, 2 (Frankfurt a. M. et al.: Peter Lang, 2009), 199-216.

436. “Objects of Memory as Hermeneutic Media in Medieval German Literature: Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius, Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival, Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine, and Fortunatus,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 65 (2009): 159-82.

437. “España a través del prisma alemán: perspectivas del Medievo y la primera Modernidad e investigaciones imagológicas,” Viajes y viajeros entre ficción y realitad: Alemania - España, ed. Berta Raposo Fernández and Ingrid García Wistädt (Valencia: Universitat de València, 2009), 41-59.

438. “Volksbücher,” Lexikon des Gesamten Buchwesens, 2nd completely revised and expanded ed. Severin Corsten, vol. 3 (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann, 2009), 142-43.

439. “El Oswald de Múnich: Literatura de entretenimiento de carácter laico-religioso en la época precortesana,” Oswald de Múnich, traducción y notas de Eva Parra Membrives y Miguel Ayerbe Linares (Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, 2009), 13-23.

440. “Disguises, Gender-Bending, and Clothing Symbolism in Dietrich von der Gletze’s Der Borte,” Seminar XLV.2 (2009): 95-110.

441. “Schwellenphänomen, Paradigmenwechsel, Popularitätserfolg: Hybridisierung und Konkretisierung des spätmittelalterlichen Liebeslieds als Erfolgsrezept beim Mönch von Salzburg,” Studia Neophilologica 81 (2009): 69-86.

442. “Dietrichs Flucht als erratischer Block: Neue Beobachtungen zu einem vernachlässigten Heldenlied des 13. Jahrhunderts aus mentalitäts- und emotionalgeschichtlicher sowie sozialpolitischer Sicht,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CX.3 (2009): 345-68.

443. “Future-Spectives of German Sixteenth-Century Studies,” Sixteenth-Century Studies XL.1 (2009): 238-41.

444. “Urban Space in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age: Historical, Mental, Cultural, and Social-Economic Investigations,” Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), 1-145.

445. Hans Sachs and his Encomia Songs on German Cities: Zooming Into and Out of Urban Space from a Poetic Perspective: With a Consideration of Hartmann Schedel’s Liber Chronicarum (1493),” Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), 567-94.

446. “Farting and the Power of Human Language, with a Focus on Hans Wilhelm Kirchhof’s Sixteenth-Century Schwänke,” Medievalia et Humanistica 35 (2009): 57-76.

447. “Liederhandschriften und gedruckte Liederbücher als Textallianzen um 1500. Ein Textcorpus an der Schwelle des großen Epochenwechsels,” Literarische und religiöse Textsorten und Textallianzen um 1500, ed. Alexander Schwarz, Franz Simmler, and Claudia Wich-Reif. Textsorten und Textallianzen um 1500. Handbuch, 1. Berliner Sprachwissenschaftliche Studien, 20 (Berlin: Weidler, 2009), 75-88.

448. “Die Entdeckung des städtischen Raumes als Lebenshereich und Identifikationsmedium in spätmittelalterlichen Bildern und Texten: der Luttrell Psalter, Ambrogio Lorenzettis Fresken, Hartmann Schedels Liber Chronicarum und Hans Sachs’ Enkomium auf Nürnberg,” Städtische Räume im Mittelalter, ed. Susanne Ehrich and Jörg Oberste. Forum Mittelalter, Studien 5 (Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 2009), 73-89.

449. “The Carmina Burana: a Mirror of Latin and Vernacular Literary Traditions from a Cultural-Historical Perspective: Transgression is the Name of the Game,” Neophilologus (12-24-09: http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s1…) 94 (2010): 477-97.

450. “Spatiality in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: Social and Lived Space within the Courtly Tristania XXV (2009): 25-48.

451. “Close Reading - from a Philological and Philosophical Perspective,” German Quarterly http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/responses.php (Jan. 2010)

452. “Der Gürtel als Objekt und Symbol in der Literatur des Mittelalters. Marie de France, Nibelungenlied, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight und Dietrich von der Glezze,” Mediaevistik 21 (2008, appeared 2010): 11-37.

453. “Futilitates Germanicae Medii Aevi redivivae: Erotisches und Obszönes in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters. Edition, Übersetzung und Kommentar,” (65%), together with Peter Dinzelbacher, Mediaevistik 21 (2008, appeared 2010): 139-57.

454. “Women Win the Day: The Female Heroine in Late-Medieval German Maeren,” Femininities and Masculinities, ed. Fred Kiefer. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 23 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2009), 45-69.

455. “Taste, Sound, and Smell in the Mystical Realm: Visionary Phenomenology on the Basis of Sensual Experiences: Agnes Blannbekin (d. 1315),” Studies in Spirituality    19 (2009): 71-91.

456. “Tiere als Symbole der höfischen Welt,” Tiere als Freunde im Mittelalter: Eine Anthologie, introduced, selected, trans., and commented by Gabriele Kompatscher with Albrecht Classen and Peter Dinzelbacher (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010), 20-31.

457. “Mai und Beaflor: Familientragödie, die Macht der Gefühle und rationales Kalkül in einem ‘sentimentalen’ Roman des späten 13. Jahrhunderts,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 4 (2009): 85-107.

458. “Early Middle Ages,” The Literary Encyclopedia (4-23-10: http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=7222) (3705 words)

459. “Travel Space as Constructed Space: Arnold von Harff Observes the Arabic Space,” German Studies Review 33.2 (2010): 375-88.

460. Entries in The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert E. Bjork (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010): Albrecht von Johansdorf (30); Alexander, Der Wilde (1729); Annals and Chronicles (64-69); Apollonius von Tyrland (80); Master Altswert (47); Behaim, Albert (244); Beheim, Michael (244); Berthold of Holle (253); Berthold of Regensburg (253), Berthold of Zwiefalten (253); Bligger von Steinach (268); Boppe (279); Burchard of Ursperg (303); Burggraf von Regensburg (303); Burkhart von Hohenfels (312); Capitulare de villis (334), Konrad of Lichtenau (434-35); Conrad of Marburg (435); David of Augsburg (487); Dietmar von Aist (502); Eberhard of Rohrdorf (531); Eberhard of Salzburg (531); Elisabeth of Nassau-Saarbrücken (557); Eulenspiegel (595); Famine (612), Folz, Hans (641); Friedrich von Hausen (671); Fuetrer, Ulrich (675); Godfrey of Viterbo (732), Gottfried von Neifen (737); Hadlaub, Johannes (760); Hartlieb, Johannes (770); Heidelberg (773); Heinrich der Teichner (775); Herrand von Wildonie (795); Hiltbolt von Schwangau (801); Jansen Enikel (884); Johannes von Viktring (903); Johannes von Winterthur (903); Jordan of Saxony (911); Kaiser Heinrich VI (917); Karlmeinet (920); Joseph Kimhi (927-28), Konrad von Fussesbrunnen (938); Konrad von Heimesfurt (938); Levold von Northof (990); Literatures: Germanic (excluding Scandinavian) (1013-15) Manesse, Manuscript of (1074); Marner (1092); Matthias von Neunburg (1106); Meinloh von Sevelingen (1120); Meistergesang, Minnesinger (1121); Neidhart von Reuental (1200); Oswald von Wolkenstein (1238-39); Otto von Botenlouben (1240); Pleier (1320); Reichstag (1392), Reinmar von Hagenau (1393); Roman Empire (1422-29); Rudolf von Fenis (1437); Spervorgel and Herger (1561); Spruchdichtung (1565); Steinmar (1572); Peter Suchenwirt (1580); Süsskind von Trimberg (1586); Tannhäuser (1594); Taube, Heinrich (775) ; Ulrich von Winterstetten (1664); Heinrich Wittenwiler (776).

461. “Late-Medieval German Pilgrimage Narratives,” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage, ed. Larissa J. Taylor, Leigh Ann Craig, John B. Friedman, et al. (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010), 324-27.

462. “Laughter as an Expression of Human Nature in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period: Literary, Historical, Theological, Philosophical, and Psychological Reflections,” Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Epistemology of a Fundamental Human Behavior, Its Meaning, and Consequences, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 5 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2010), 1-140.

463. “Laughing in Late-Medieval Verse (mæren) and Prose (Schwänke) Narratives: Epistemological Strategies and Hermeneutic Explorations,” Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Epistemology of a Fundamental Human Behavior, Its Meaning, and Consequences, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 5 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2010), 547-85.

464. “Literaturrezeption und dichterische Selbstreflexion im Werk Hugos von Montfort: Ein Zeuge aus einer kulturhistorischen Spät- oder Frühzeit,” Aller weishait anevang Ist ze brúfen an dem aussgang: Akten des Symposiums zum 650. Geburtstag Hugos von Montfort, ed. Klaus Amann and Elisabeth De Felip-Jaud (Innsbruck: Innsbruck university press, 2010), 167-89.

465. “After the Discovery of the New World - The Rediscovery of History: Hartmann Schedel’s Liber chronicarum. A Masterpiece of the Incunabula Time,”Futhark: Revista de investigación 5 (2010): 95-109.

466. “Consequences of Bad Weather in Medieval Literature: From Apollonius of Tyre to Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron,” arcadia 45.1 (2010): 3-20.

467-68. “Argula von Grumbach” (orig. Robert Stupperich), vol. 4, 477-78; “Ludwig Hätzer” (orig. J. F. Gerhard Goeters), Killy Literarturlexikon, ed. Kühlmann, Achim Aurnhammer, et al. 2nd completely revised (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008), vol. 4, 584-85.

469-74. “Communication in the Middle Ages” (1:330-43); “Dictionaries/Glossaries (2:1742-49); Wolfgang Liepe” (3:2474-77), “Alfons Hilka” (together with Wendy Pfeffer; 3:2350-53), “Heinrich Mitteis” (3:2531-36), and “Philipp Strauch” (3:2671-75), Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010).

475. “Introduction,” Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010), XV-XXIII.

476. “Survey of Fundamental Reference Works in Medieval Studies,” Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010), XXV-LXVI.

477. “The Ultimate Transgression of the Courtly World: Peasants on the Courtly Stage and Their Grotesque Quests for Sexual Pleasures. The Poetry by the Thirteenth-Century Austrian-Bavarian Neidhart,” Medievalia et Humanistica 36 (2010): 1-24.

478. “Money, Power, Poverty, and Social Criticism in the Work of Heinrich der Teichner,” Studi medievali LI, serie terza, fasc. II (2010): 671-99.

479. “Response to Forum on the Canon in German Studies,” German Quarterly 84.1 (Dec. 2011): 1-3; http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/CanonClassenResponse.php

480. “The Dialectics of Mystical Love in the Middle Ages: Violence/Pain and Divine Love in the Mystical Visions of Mechthild of Magdeburg and Marguerite Porète,” Studies in Spirituality 20 (2010): 143-60.

481. “Heinrich Arnoldi” (I, 111-12), “Peter Bitschin” (together with Wojciech Mirozowicz, I, 182-84), “Braunschweiger Reimchronik” (I, 209-10), “Christian von Geren” (I, 273), “Chronicon Slavicum” (I, 430), “Gerold Edlibach” (I, 566), “Nikolaus Grill” (I, 736), “Rainer Groningen” (I, 737), “Nickel Güntzel” (I, 746), “Johannes Librarius” (II, S. 925), “Jakob Lubbe” (together with Piotr. Oliński, II, 1047-48), “Sigismund Meisterlin” (II, 1098-99), “Johannes Nederhoff” (II, 1138-39), “Rötteler Chronik” (II, 1300), “Soester Chronikalien” (II, 1377), “Johann Statwech” (II, 1387-88), “Ursprung und Anfang der Stadt Augsburg” (II, 1463-64), “Wendisches Chronicon” (II, 1499-1500), and “Christian Wierstraet” (II, 1505), Encyclopedia of Medieval Chronicles, ed. Graeme Dunphy. 2 vols. (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010).

482. “Tabubruch, Obszönität und Pornographie in der Frühneuzeit? Die Schwänkesammlungen Rastbuechlein und Katzipori (1583) von Michael Lindener aus kulturhistorischer und epistemologischer Sicht,” to appear Wirkendes Wort (later translated into a chapter in a book, Deutsche Schwankliteratur, so editor asked me to drop the article).

483. “Unjust Rulers and Conflicts with Law and Sovereignty: The Case of Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan,” Law and Sovereignty in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Robert S. Sturgess. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 28 ([Turnhout]: Brepols, 2011), 3-22.

484. “Männlichkeit und Geschlechts-Identität in der Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts,” »Ich bin ein Mann! Wer ist es mehr?« Männlichkeitskonzepte in der deutschen Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Barbara Hindinger and Martin-M. Langner (Munich: iudicium, 2011), 66-91.

485. “Sex on the Stage in an Early Medieval Convent: Hrotsvita of Gandersheim. A Tenth-Century Convent Playwright’s Successful Struggle Against the Roman Terence,” Orbis Litterarum 65.3 (2010): 167-200.

486. “Friendship—The Quest for a Human Ideal and Value. From Antiquity to the Early Modern Time,” Friendship in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandige. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 1-183.

487. “Friendship in the Heroic Epics: Rüedegêr in the Nibelungenlied,” Friendship in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandige. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 429-43.

488. “The Nibelungenlied: Myth and History: A Middle High German Epic Poem at the Crossroads of Past and Present, Despair and Hope,” Epic and History, ed. David Konstans and Kurt Raaflaub. The Ancient World: Comparative Histories (Malden, MA, Oxford, and Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), 262-79.    
    
489. “Friends and Friendship in Heroic Epics: With a Focus on Beowulf, Chanson de Roland, the Nibelungenlied, and Njal’s Saga,” Neohelicon 38.1 (2011): 121-39.

490.“Boethius (ca. 475/77–524 or 525 C. E.),” The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 13 August 2011[http://staging.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=466],

491. “Jesuitas alemanes en España de camino al nuevo mundo: Contacto y conflicto entre culturas,” Estereotipos interculturales german-españoles, ed. Berta Raposo and Isabel Gutiérrez (Valencia: Universidad de Valencia, 2011), 45-56.

492. “Late Medieval German Literature,” Oxford Bibliographies Online http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/view/document/obo-97801953993… (11310 words).

492. “Einleitung,” Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), 1-52.

493. “Die Figur des Arztes in der deutschen und europäischen Literatur des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit, speziell im Hinblick auf Paracelsus’ Lehren über die rechte Ausbildung zum Arzt,” Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), 244-73.

494. “Suffering in Konrad Fleck’s Flore und Blanscheflur as a Catalyst in the Meeting with the Foreign: Emotional Bonds with the Orient in a Late-Medieval Sentimental Romance,” Neophilologus 95.4 (2011): 605-625.

495. “Humanities — To Be Or Not To Be, That Is The Question,” Editorial for the journal Humanities—Open Access Journal (Sept. 16, 2011), http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities) http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/1/1/54/

496. “Performance, Orality, and Communication in Medieval Women’s Convents in Light of the Plays of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim,” Understanding Monastic Practices of Oral Communication (Western Europe, Tenth-Thirteenth Centuries), ed. Steven Vanderputten. Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2011), 231-43.        

497. “Courtliness and Transgression at Arthur’s Court: With Emphasis on the Middle High German Poet Neidhart and the Anonymous Verse Novella Mauritius von Craûn,” Arthuriana 20.4 (2010): 3-19.

498. “Erotik in den Liedern Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Ich Wolkenstein 1445-2011, ed. Hans-Dieter Mück (Bozen: Athesia, 2011), 233-34.

499. “The Symbolic Meaning of Water in Medieval Literature: A Comparative Approach,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 46.2 (2011): 245-67.

500. “Introduction,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), 1-80.
                                
501. “The Power of Sermons in War and Peace: The Example of Berthold of Regensburg,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), 313-32.

502. “Sixteenth-Century Protests Against War and Its Tragic Consequences: The Testimony of Hans Sachs and His Contemporaries,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2011), 517-40.     

503. “Traveler, Linguist, Pilgrim, Observer, and Scientist: Arnold von Harff Explores the Near East and Finds Himself Among Fascinating Foreigners,” Ain güt geboren edel man: A Festschrift for Winder McConnell on the Occasion of His Sxity-Fifth Birthday, ed. Gary C. Shockey with Gail E. Finney and Clifford A. Bernd. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 757 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2011), 195-248.

504. “The Scientific and Religious Exploration of the World in the Name of God: Jesuit Missionaries as Anthropologists and Natural Scientists in the New World. With a Focus on the Swiss Jesuit Philipp Segesser,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 6 (2011): 45-62.

505. “Die Rezeption mittelalterlicher Lieddichtung in Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Mediävistische Spurensuche in einem romantischen Meisterwerk,” Lied und populäre Kultur: Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs 49 (2004): 81-101 (late reported)

506. “Crying in Public and in Private: Tears and Crying in Medieval German Literature,” Crying in the Middle Ages: Tears of History, ed. Elina Gertsman. Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture (New York and London: Routledge, 2012), 230-48.

507. “Religious Utopia in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan: Was Gottfried Influenced by Mystics such as Hildegard von Bingen?,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 68 (2011): 143-67.

508. “Gender Crossing, Spiritual Transgression, and the Epistemological Experience of the Divine in Mystical Discourse: Hildegard of Bingen,” Medieval Perspectives 18 (2003/2011): 50-78.

509. “The Torturous and Random Process of the Canonization in Literary History from the Middle Ages to the Present. The Case of Erasmus Widmann as an Example – The Victimization of a Poet Oddly Situated between Epochs, Cultures, and Religions,” Studia Neophilologica 83.1 (2011): 94-103.

510. “Georg Forster - ein Liedersammler als Zeuge des globalen Medienwandels: “‘Volkslieder’ als späte Zeugen der kollektiv-populären Kultur des Spätmittelalters,” Kultur- und kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Liedes im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. id., Michael Fischer, and Nils Grosch. Populäre Kultur und Musik, 3 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2012), 35-56.

511. “Translation as the Catalyst of Cultural Transfer,”in Humanities—Open Access Journal Humanities 2012, 1, 72-79. (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities) (http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/1/1/72/; last accessed on March 30, 2012).

512. “In Memorian, Fritz Wagner (14 July 1934 - 27 March 2011),” Journal of Medieval Latin 21 (2011): ix-xii.

513. “Tradition and Innovation in the World of Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Centuries Popular Song Poetry: From Oswald von Wolkenstein to the Songbooks by Georg Forster,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 37 (2012): 1-16.

514. “Translating and Translators in the Middle Ages: Linguistic Challenges Perceived Through Literary Eyes,” Aspects of Literary Translation: Building Linguistic and Cultural Bridge in Past and Present, ed. Eva Parra-Membrives, Miguel Ángel García Peinado, Albrecht Classen. Translation, Text and Interferences, 1 (Tübingen: Narr, 2012), 17-41.

515. With Eva Parra-Membrives and Miguel Ángel García Peinado, “Introduction,” Aspects of Literary Translation: Building Linguistic and Cultural Bridge in Past and Present, ed. Eva Parra-Membrives, Miguel Ángel García Peinado, Albrecht Classen. Translation, Text and Interferences, 1 (Tübingen: Narr, 2012), 9-15.

516. “The Experience of Exile in Medieval German Heroic Poetry,” Medieval German Textrelations: Translations, Editions, and Studies (Kalamazoo Paper 2010-2011), ed. by Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 765 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2012), 83-110.

517. “Life Writing as a Slave in Turkish Hands: Georgius of Hungary’s Reflections About His Existence in the Turkish World,” Neohelicon 39.1 (2012): 55-72; online: http://www.springer.com/home?SGWID=0-0-1003-0-0&aqId=2260685&download=1… (19 )

518. “Wer hat Angst vor dem bösen Wolf? Gedichte schreiben und Gedichte lesen: Reflexionen über ein altes und immer neues Problem,” Trans-Lit2 XVIII.1 (2012): 38-44.

519. “Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg,” Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 1-109.

520. “Die Glorie Gottes im mystischen Gedicht: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (1633-1694),” Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein Philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 339-60.

521. “Self and Other in Contemporary German Literature: Confrontation with the Foreign World in the Novels by Renate Ahrens,” Journal of Literature and Art Studies 2.3 (2012): 365-76.
    
522. “The Epistemological Function of Monsters in the Middle Ages: From The Voyage of Saint Brendan to Herzog Ernst, Marie de France, Marco Polo and John Mandeville. What Would We Be Without Monsters in Past and Present!” Lo Sguardo: Rivista di filologia 9.2 (2012): 13-34 (http://www.losguardo.net).

523. “Europäische Liebeslyrik im frühen 15. Jahrhundert. Oswald von Wolkenstein aus interdisziplinärer Sicht: Seine Zeitgenossen Christine de Pizan, John Lydgate und
Giannozzo Sacchetti,” Etudes germaniques 67.2 (2012): 235-57.

524. “The Mountain in Medieval German Literature Terra Incognita, Terrifying Geographical Location, or Overlooked but Important Entities in Medieval Mentality,” Heights of Reflection: Mountains in the German Imagination from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century, ed. Sean Ireton and Caroline Schaumann (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2012), 35-56.

525. “Chess in Medieval German Literature: A Mirror of Social-Historical and Cultural, Religious, Ethical, and Moral Conditions,” Chess in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: A Fundamental Thought Paradigm of the Premodern World, ed. Daniel E. O’Sullivan. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 10 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 17-44.

526. “Winter as a Phenomenon in Medieval Literature: A Transgression of the Traditional Chronotopos?,” Mediaevistik 24 (2011): 125-50.

527. “Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: A Significant Domain Ignored For Too Long by Modern Research?,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 1-191.

528. “Utopian Space in the Countryside: Love and Marriage Between a Knight and a Peasant Girl in Medieval German Literature. Hartmann von Aue’s Der arme Heinrich, Anonymous, ‘Dis ist von dem Heselin,’ Walther von der Vogelweide, Oswald von Wolkenstein, and Late-Medieval Popular Poetry,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 251-79.

529. “Rural Space in Late Medieval Books of Hours: Book Illustrations as Looking-Glass into Medieval Mentality and Mirrors of Ecocriticism,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012), 529-59.

530. “Die Erfahrung mit dem Nichts und dem Unsinn: Poetologische, fast schon postmoderne Experimente im Mittelalter: Der Troubadour Guillaume le Neuf, mittelhochdeutsche Sangspruchdichtung des 13. Jahrhunderts und Vertreter der ‘Volkslieddichtung’ des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CXIII.2 (2012): 145-63.

531. “Gottfried von Strassburg - a Medieval Humanist,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 7 (2012): 115-30.

532. “Early Outreaches from Medieval Christendom to the Muslim East: Wolfram von Eschenbach, Ramon Llull and Nicholas of Cusa Explore Options to Communicate with Representatives of Arabic Islam: Tolerance already in the Middle Ages?,” Studia Neophilologica 84.2 (2012): 1-15; http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00393274.2012.728414

533. Together with Connie Scarborough, “Introduction: Crime, Transgression, and Deviancy: Behaviors that Define Us All,” Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Mental-Historical Investigations of Basic Human Problems and Social Responses, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 11 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2012), 1-28.

534. Crime and Violence in the Middle Ages: The Case of Heinrich der Glichezare/s Reinhart fuchs and Wernher der Gartenære’s Helmbrecht,” Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Mental-Historical Investigations of Basic Human Problems and Social Responses, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 11 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2012), 131-58.

535. “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time,” Neophilologus 97.1 (2013): 131-45.

536. “The Role of the Humanities Past and Present: Future Perspectives Based on Ancient Ideas: Reflections by a Medievalist,” Alfinge: Revista de Filología 24 (2012): 9-30.

537. “Die Figur des Arztes in den spätmittelalterlichen Fastnachtspielen,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 47.3 (2012): 429-42.        
    
538. “The Devil in the Early Modern World and in Sixteenth-Century German Devil Literature,” The Faustian Century: German Literature in the Age of Luther and Faustus, ed. J. M. van der Laan and Andrew Weeks (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2013), 257-83.

539. “A New Voice in the Canon of Seventeenth-Century German Poetry: Erasmus Widmann’s Entertaining and Religious Songs,” Lied und populäre Kultur: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 57 (2012): 377-91.

540. “The Symbolic and Metaphorical Role of Ships in Medieval German Literature: A Maritime Vehicle that Transforms the Protagonist,” Mediaevistik 25 (2012; appeared in 2013): 15-33.

541. “Introduction: The Authority of the Written Word, the Sacred Object, and the Spoken Word: A Highly Contested Discourse in the Middle Ages, With a Focus on the Poet Wolfram von Eschenbach and the Mystic Hildegard von Bingen,” Authorities in the Middle Ages: Influence, Legitimacy, and Power in Medieval Society, ed. Sini Kangas, Mia Korpiola, and Tuija Aionen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 12 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), 1-24.

542. “Marco Polo and John Mandeville: The Traveler as Authority Figure, the Real and the Imaginary,” Authorities in the Middle Ages: Influence, Legitimacy, and Power in Medieval Society, ed. Sini Kangas, Mia Korpiola, and Tuija Aionen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 12 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), 239-48.
    
543. “Was There a German ‘Geoffrey Chaucer’ in the Late Middle Ages? The Rediscovery of Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives as Literary Masterpieces,” Studia Neophilologica 85.1 (2013): 57-72.

544. “Encounters Between East and West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Many Untold Stories About Connections and Contacts, Understanding and Misunderstanding,” East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), 1-222.
 
545. “The Encounter with the Foreign in Medieval and Early Modern German Literature: Fictionality as a Springboard for Non-Xenophobic Approaches in the Middle Ages: Herzog Ernst, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Konrad von Würzburg, Die Heidin, and Fortunatus,” East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), 457-87.
 
546. “Complex Relations Between Jews and Christians in Late Medieval German and Other Literature,” Jews in Medieval Christendom: “Slay them Not”, ed. Kristine T. Utterback and Merrall Llewelyn Price (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2013), 313-38.
 
547. “Spätmittelalterliche Frauenklöster im deutschsprachigen Raum als Zentren der Literaturproduktion, Kulturvermittlung und Lehre,” Zwischen Herrschaft und Kunst: Fürstliche und adlige Frauen im Zeitalter Elisabeths von Nassau-Saarbrücken (14.-16.-Jh.), ed. Wolfgang Haubrichs and Patricia Oster. Veröffentlichungen der Kommisssion für Saarländische Landesgeschichte und Volksforschung, 44 (Saarbrücken: SDV Saarländische Druckerei und Verlag, 2013), 331-48.
 
548. “The Discovery of the Mountain as an Epistemological Challenge: A Paradigm Shift in the Approach to Highly Elevated Nature. Petrarch’s Ascent to Mont Ventoux and Emperor Maximilian’s Theuerdank,” The Book of Nature and Humanity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. David Hawkes and Richard G. Newhauser, with the assistance of Nathaniel Bump. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 29 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), 3-18.
 
549. “The Monster Outside and Within: Medieval Literary Reflections on Ethical Epistemology. From Beowulf to Marie de France, the Nibelungenlied, and Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine,” Neohelicon 40.2 (2013): 521-42. http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11059-013-0198-5.pdf).
 
550. “The Challenges of the Humanities, Past, Present, and Future: Why the Middle Ages Mean So Much For Us Today and Tomorrow,” Humanities Open Access 3.1 (2014) (http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/3/1/1); also posted on SMH Historians, online at: http://www.medievalists.net/2014/03/17/middle-ages-mean-much-us-today-t…
 
551. “Lachen mit den und über die Alten: Kulturhistorische Reflexionen über den frühneuzeitlichen Diskurs zum Alter mit Schwerpunkt auf der deutschen Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Methoden der Alter(n)sforschung: Disziplinäre Positionen und transdisziplinäre Perspektiven, ed. Andrea von Hülsen-Esch, Miriam Seidler, and Christian Tagsold (Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2013), 167-88.
 
552. “Der Stadt-Igel - ein kulturhistorisches Modell für DaF,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 8 (2013): 89-106.
 
553. “Einleitung,” Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 7-32.
 
554. “Trivial Literature in Past and Present: Did the Middle Ages Know the Concept of Triviality? With a Focus on The Pleier’s Meleranz,” Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 93-116.
 
555. “Anna Ovena Hoyers,” 500 Jahre Reformation: Von Frauen gestaltet“ (www.frauen-und-reformation.de; specifically: http://frauen-und-reformation.de/?s=bio&id=74 (1,418 words) (Jan. 28, 2014).
 
556. “Medieval Mysticism: Superabundance of Divine Grace,” The Living Pulpit (http://www.pulpit.org/2013/11/medieval-mysticism-superabundance-of-divi…) (Winter issue 2013).
 
557. “The World of Peasants in Early Modern German Literature: Peasants in the Works of Wickram and Kirchhof,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 48.3 (2013): 415-38.
 
558. “Mountains as a Novel Staging Ground in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Felix Fabri’s Evagatorium (1493), Aeneas Silvio Piccolomini’s Historia Austrialis (after 1452), and Emperor Maximilian’s Theuerdank from 1517,” Medievalia et Humanistica NS 39 (2014): 1-23.
 
559. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” The Virgil Encyclopedia, ed. Richard Thomas and Jan Ziolkowski, online, Dec. 31, 2013, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118351352.wbve0979/pdf
 
560. “[Virgil] in the German Middle Ages,” The Virgil Encyclopedia, ed. Richard Thomas and Jan Ziolkowski, online, Dec. 31, 2013, pp. 1-2; http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118351352.wbve0901/pdf
 
561. “The Role of the Forest in German Literature: From the Medieval Forest to the Grünes Band. Motif Studies and Motivational Strategies for the Teaching of the Middle Ages,” Journal of Literature and Art Studies 4.3 (2014): 149-64. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&…
 
562. “Ludämilia Elisabeth Gräfin und Fräulein zu Schwarzburg und Rudolstadt,” online at: 500 Jahre Reformation: Von Frauen gestaltet, http://www.frauen-und-reformation.de/?s=bio&id=84
 
563. “Dialectics and Courtly Love: Abelard and Heloise, Andreas Capellanus, and the Carmina Burana,” Journal of Medieval Latin 23 (2013): 161-83.
 
564. “Fremdbegegnung, Dialog, Austausch, und Staunen: Xenologische Phänomene in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Vom Hildebrandslied bis zum Fortunatus,” Mediaevistik 26 (2013): 183-206.
 
565. “A Global Epistolary Network: Eighteenth-Century Jesuit Missionaries Write Home. 
With an Emphasis on Philipp Segesser’s Correspondence from Sonora/Mexico,” Studia Neophilologica 86.1 (2014): 79-94.
 
566. “The Mirror Image in Neidhart’s Poetry: Destabilization of the Social Structure by Means of Sexual Competition,” Studi medievali 55.1 (2014): 165-88.
 
567. “Irony in Medieval and Early Modern German Literature (Nibelungenlied, Mauritius von Craûn, Johannes von Tepl’s Ackermann): The Encounter of the Menschlich-Allzumenschlich in a Medieval Context,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 113.2 (2014): 184-205.
 
568. “The Scientific, Anthropological, Geological, and Geographic Exploration of Northern Mexico by Eighteenth-Century German Jesuit Missionaries: A Religious and Scientific 
Network of Multilingual Writers. With a Focus on Johann Nentuig and Marcus Antonius Kappus,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 122.1 (2014): 40-61.
 
569. “Wie übersetzt man minne ins Neuhochdeutsche und was heist das? Theorie des Uebersetzens, Sinnfrage und Identitätssuche auf philologischer Ebene: Walther von der Vogelweide (Lyrik) und Wolfram von Eschenbach (Titurel),” Германские языки и проблемы переводоведения в современном полилингвальном/Germanic Languages and Translation Issues in the Multilingual World, 23.-24 May 2014 (Astana: EHY, 2014), 14-23.
 
570. “Vom Mære zum Prosa-Schwank des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: Tradition und Transformation einer literarischen Gattung vom frühen Mittelalter bis zur Frühneuzeit,” Kontinuitäten und Neuerungen in Textsorten- und Textallianztraditionen vom 13. bis zum 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Jörg Meier and Peter Ernst. Germanistische Arbeiten zur Sprachgeschichte, 10 (Berlin: Weidler, 2014), 295-321. 
 
571. “Anticlericalism and Criticism of Clerics in Medieval and Early-Modern German Literature,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 72 (2014): 283-306.
 
572. “Storms, Shipwrecks, and Life-Changing Experiences in Late Medieval German Literature.
From Oswald von Wolkenstein to Emperor Maximilian,” Oxford German Studies 43.3 (2014): 212-28.
 
573. “Vergangen aber nicht vergessen: Mittelalterliche Literatur im heutigen Deutschunterricht: Fremde, zugleich aufregende Perspektiven für Studenten des 21. Jahrhunderts,” Literatur in Deutsch als Fremdsprache und internationaler Germanistik: Konzepte, Themen, Forschungsperspektiven, ed. Claus Altmayer, Michael Dobstadt, Renate Riedner, and Carmen Schier (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2014), 107-18.
 
574. “Mental and Physical Health, Spirituality and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Medieval Answers for Our Future? With Special Emphasis on Spiritual Healing Through Narratives of Mourning: Johannes of Tepl and Christine de Pizan,” Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 15 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2014), 1-154.
 
575. “Sexuality or Pornography (?) in Oswald von Wolkenstein’s Poetry,” Earthly and Spiritual Pleasures in Medieval Life, Literature, Art, and Music: In Memory of Ulrich Müller, vol. I, ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 779 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2014), 137-57.
 
576. “Wolfram von Eschenbach,” Oxford Bibliographies, online (an extensive commented bibliography on this poet): http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195396584/obo… (last accessed Sept. 30, 2014)
 
577. “India Perceived Through the Eyes of Sixteenth-Century Readers: Ludovico de Varthema’s Bestseller on the Early Modern Book Markets—A Narrative Landmark of the Emerging Positive Evaluation of curiositas,” Mediaevalia et Humanistica 40 (2015): 1-24.
 
578. “Musik und Musizierpraxis in den jesuitischen Missionsstätten Sonoras: Kulturhistorische Perspektiven im anthropologisch-religiösen Kontext,” Die Musik- und Theaterpraxis der Jesuiten im kolonialen Amerika: Grundlagen, Desiderate, Forschungsperspektiven, ed. Christian Storch (Sinzig, Germany: Studio Verlag, 2014), 133-47.
 
579. “Gottfried von Straßburg,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Dale C. Allison, Jr., Christine Helmer, Thomas Chr. Römer, Choon-Leong Seow, Volker Leppin, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish, and Eric J. Ziolkowski (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), online at: 10.1515/ebr.gottfriedofstrassburg 
 
580. “Hartmann von Aue,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Dale C. Allison, Jr., Christine Helmer, Thomas Chr. Römer, Choon-Leong Seow, Volker Leppin, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish, and Eric J. Ziolkowski (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), online at: 10.1515/ebr.hartmannofaue.
 
581. “Die Herausforderung des Begriffes minne im Translationsprozess: Theorie des Übersetzens, Sinnfrage und Identitätssuche auf philologischer Ebene: Walther von der Vogelweide (Lyrik) und Wolfram von Eschenbach (Titurel),” Mediaevistik 27 (2014; appeared in 2015): 45-58.
 
582. “The Amazons,” The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, ed. Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 67-69 (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118896877.wbiehs022/full)
 
583. “The Chastity Belt,” The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, ed. Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 210-11 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118896877.wbiehs083/full
 
584. “Globalerwärmung im Mittelalter als Grundlage für die Entstehung der höfischen Liebe?,” Wandlungsprozesse der Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and Friedrich Harrer (Baden-Baden: Deutscher Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2015), 121-46.
 
585. “Ulrich Müller – In Memoriam,” Studies and New Texts of the Nibelungenlied, Walther, Neidhart, Oswald, and Other Works in Medieval German Literature: In Memory of Ulrich Müller II (Kalamazoo Papers 2014), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 780 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2015), 13-18.
 
586. “Everyday Life and Social Conflicts in the Poetry of Neidhart: A Look behind the Fictional Screen by a Satirical Poet,”Studies and New Texts of the Nibelungenlied, Walther, Neidhart, Oswald, and Other Works in Medieval German Literature: In Memory of Ulrich Müller II (Kalamazoo Papers 2014), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 780 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2015), 103-30.
 
587. “George of Hungary,” Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibiographical History. Vol. VII: Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500-1600), ed. David Thomas and John Chesworth (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015), 36-40.
 
588. “Family and Kinship in Early Modern German Prose Novels: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine and the Anonymous Fortunatus,” Orbis Litterarum 70.5 (2015): 353-79.
 
589. “German Literary Historians as Guardians of Culture and Intellectual Memory: Challenges and Promises from the Past and the Present. Memory as Cultural Identity,” Studia Neophilologica 87.1 (2015): 186-201.
 
590. “Medieval Studies within German Studies: The Nibelungenlied and Hartmann von Aue’s Der arme Heinrich),” Taking Stock of German Studies in the United States: The New Millennium, ed. Rachel Halverston and Carol Anne Costabile Heming. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2015), 52-67.
 
591. “Wounding the Body and Freeing the Spirit. Dorothea von Montau’s Bloody Quest for Christ, a Late-Medieval Phenomenon of the Extraordinary Kind,” Wounds and Wound Repair in Medieval Culture, ed. Larissa Tracy and Kelly DeVries. Explorations in Medieval Culture, 1 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015), 417-47.
 
592. “The Medieval Chastity Belt - Myth or Reality?” http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160509; and http://time.com/4061117/medieval-chastity-belt-myth/ (last accessed on Oct. 2, 2015)
 
593. “Transcultural Experiences in the Late Middle Ages: The German Literary Discourse on the Mediterranean World – Mirrors, Reflections, and Responses,”Humanities Open Access 2015, 4(4), 676-701; doi:10.3390/h4040676 (registering DOI); http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/4/4/676
 
594. “Medieval Culture—An Introduction to a New Handbook,” Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 1, 1-17
 
595. “Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Middle Ages,” Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 2, 901-36.
 
596. “Roads, Streets Bridges, and Travelers,”Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 3, 1511-34.
 
597. “Disrupted Festivities in Medieval Courtly Literature: Poetic Reflections on the Social and Ethical Decline in Mauritius von Craûn, The Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal, and Heinrich Wittenwiler’s Der Ring,” Neophilologus 100.1 (2016): 87-104 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11061-015-9461-5
 
598. “Toleration and Tolerance in the Middle Ages: Medieval Perspectives for Our Future,” The Living Pulpit 24 (2015): 9-14.
 
599. “Schrecken und Grauen, Mord und Totschlag: Das Entsetzen literarisch eingefangen.
Spiegelung des Schmerzes und brutaler Misshandlungen in Elisabeths von Nassau-Saarbrücken Loher und Maller (1437),” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CXVI.1 (2015): 133-47.
 
600. “Friendship, Death, and Boethian Philosophy in the High Middle Ages: The Meaning of the Past for Our Present and Future. With a Special Focus on Lawrence of Durham’s Consolatio (1141) and Aelred of Rievaulx’s De Spirituali Amicitia (1164-1167),” Medieval Perspectives 28 (2013): 9-31. (reported late)
 
601. “Mystical Visions and Spiritual Health: Medieval Mysticism As A Platform for the Exploration of Human Spirituality and Happiness: The Transcendence of the Body in the Quest for the Godhead - A Message for Us Today?,” Studies in Spirituality 25 (2015): 117-38.
 
new
602. “Stolberg-Wernigerode, Anna zu,” Frauen in Sachsen-Anhalt: Ein biographisch-bibliographisches Lexikon vom Mittelalter bis zum 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Eva Labouvie (Cologne, Weimar, and Vienna: Böhlau, 2016), 350-51.
 
603. “Haselnüsse, Erotik und Epistemologie in der Literatur des Mittelalters,” Fabula 56.1-2 (2015): 79-94.
 
604. “Ein großes Gelage mit ernsthaften Folgen, erzählerisch reflektiert: Weinkonsum und Wirtshausszene in ‘Der Wiener Meerfahrt’,” ‘Tschuldigung...: Kuriose Miszellen. Andreas Meyer zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. Dorett Elodie Werhahn-Piorkowski, Hendrik Baumbach, and Alexander Maul (Marburg: private printing, 2015), 7-10.
 
605. “Royal Figures as Nation Builders – King Kamehameha and Charlemagne: Myth Formation in the European Early Middle Ages and in Eighteenth-and Nineteenth-Century Polynesian Hawai’i,” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 3.2 (2016): 112-15 (http://scholarpublishing.org/index.php/ASSRJ/article/view/1837/pdf)
 
606. “Introduction,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 7-29.
 
607. “Bestsellers in the European Middle Ages? An Examination of Some of the Most Popular Books in the Premodern Era. With Reflections on Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 83-103.
 
608. “Anna Ovena Hoyers,”“...von gar nicht abschätzbarer Bedeutung”: Frauen schreiben Reformationsgeschichte, ed. Kerstin Klein (Kiel: Lutherische Verlagsgesellschaft, 2016), 24-25 (http://www.frauenwerk.nordkirche.de/de/frauen_reformation.htm).
 
609. “The Meaning of Literature - A Challenge of Modern Times — What the Sciences Cannot Teach Us. With Emphasis on the Gesta Romanorum, Boccaccio’s Decameron, Lessing’s Nathan the Wise, and the Verse Narratives by Heinrich Kaufringer,” Humanities Open Access file:///C:/Users/classena/Downloads/humanities-05-00024.pdf; http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/5/2/24/html (April 2016)
 
610. “Das innovative Erfolgsrezept der Eleonore von Österreich (ca. 1450-1460): Wie erreichte Pontus und Sidonia den Status eines Bestsellers?,” Etudes Germaniques 71.1 (2016): 103-28.
 
611. “Death and the Culture of Death: Universal Cultural-Historical Observations, with an Emphasis on the Middle Ages,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-57.
 
612. “Death, Sinfulness, the Devil, and the Clerical Author: The Late Medieval German Didactic Debate Poem Des Teufels Netzt and the World of Craftsmanship,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 277-96.
 
613. “From Scandal to the Scandalous: From the Fablel to Moriz von Craun,”‘Minne twinget sunder slac’: New Studies Addressing Mauritius von Craûn,” Leuvense Bijdragen 101 (2015/appeared in 2016): 1-20.
 
614. “What Environmentalists (and the Rest of Us) Can Learn from the Middle Ages About the Importance of Forests,” History News Network (http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160548; 9-20-15).
 
615. “Craftsmanship and the Guilds in the Late Middle Ages: The Testimony of Des Teufels Netz and of the Mendel and Landauer Housebooks,” History Research, Jan.-Mar., 2016, Vol. 6, No. 1, 23-39 doi 10.17265/2159-550X/2016.01.003
 

616. “The Erotic and the Quest for Happiness in the Middle Ages. What Everybody Aspires to and Hardly Anyone Truly Achieves,” Magic, Marriage, and Midwifery: Eroticism in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Ian Moulton. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 39 (Tempe, AZ, and Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2016), 1-33.

617. “The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century,” peer-reviewed online article at http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/further-reading/articles/; or: http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/wp-content/blogs.dir/332/files/2016/0…

618. “‘Der Wald war sein Schicksal . . . .’ An Ecocritical Reading of the Nibelungenlied,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 (2016): 270-89.

619. “The Innovative Perception of Space (Europe) in Late Medieval German Literature The Spatial Turn in Light of Eleonore of Austria’s Pontus und Sidonia (ca. 1450-1460),” Neohelicon 43.2 (2016): 543-57; http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11059-016-0347-8?wt_mc=Intern…

620. “Jesuit Missionaries Building a Global Network: Eighteenth-Century Exploration of the World in the Name of God. A Story of Disjointed Memory,” Annales Missiologici Posnanienses 19 (2014; appeared in 2016): 91-105.    

621. “Marital and Ethical Problems at Court: Pontus and Sidonia by Eleonore of Austria: 
A Late Medieval Contribution to Austrian Literature,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 70.1 (2016): 23-33.

622. “Angst vor dem Tod: Jämmerliche Männerfiguren in der deutschen Literatur des Spätmittelalters (von Mauritius von Craûn zu Heinrich Kaufringer und Till Eulenspiegel),” Jenseits: Eine mittelalterliche und mediävistische Imagination: Interdisziplinäre Ansätze zur Analyse des Unerklärlichen, ed. Christa Agnes Tuczay. Beihefte zur Mediävistik, 21 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 213-31.

623. “Guildeluëc in Marie de France’s “Eliduc” as the Avatar of Heloise? The Destiny of Two Twelfth-Century Women,” Questiones Medii Aevii Novae (Poland) 20 (2015): 395-412.

624. “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages: Theoretical and Historical Reflections: An Introduction,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-46.

625. “Multilingualism in Medieval Europe: Pilgrimage, Travel, Diplomacy, and Linguistic Challenges. The Case of Felix Fabri and His Contemporaries,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 279-311.

626. “Old High German Missionary Activities by Means of Zaubersprüche - Charms.
Anthropological-Religious Universals in the Early Middle Ages,” Kościoły w dobie chrystianizacji (Churches in the Era of Christianization, ed. Mariana Rędkowskiego. Wolińskie Spotkania Mediewistyczne III (Szczecin/Stettin: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Department of Archaeology, 2016), 77-88.

627. “Madness in the Middle Ages - An Epistemological Catalyst? Literary, Religious, and Theological Perspectives in Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Dialogus Miraculorum,” Hermeneutics of Textual Madness: Re-Readings/Herméneutique de la folie textuelle: Re-lectures, ed. M. J. Muratore. Biblioteca della Ricerca, 38 (Fasano, Italy: Schena Editore, 2016), vol. I, 339-68.

628. “A Slow Paradigm Shift: Late Fifteenth-Century Travel Literature and the Perception of the World: The Case of Hans von Waltheym (ca. 1422-1479),” Mediaevalia et Humanistica 42 (2017): 1-21.

629. “The Transnational and the Transcultural in Medieval German Literature:
Spatial Identity and Pre-Modern Concepts of Nationhood in the Works of Wolfram von Eschenbach, Gottfried von Straßburg, Rudolf von Ems, and Konrad von Würzburg,” Mediaevistik 29 (2016): 175-94.

630. “The Late Medieval “Volksbuch” or ‘Prose Novel’,” Heroes and Heroines: “Volksbücher”: Prose Novels in Late Medieval Society, ed. Marion Hanke and Ina Nettekoven. Catalogue, 13 (Basel: Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books, 2017), 7-9.
 

 

 

Scholarly Notes and other Publications

 1. “Beitrag der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft zur Kalamazoo-Konferenz  1987,” in: Jahrbuch der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 4 (1986/87), pp. 325-328
 2. “Die Textil- und Textilmaschinenindustrie der Bundesrepublik Deutschland,” Melliand Textilberichte 1 (1987): 66-68.
 3. “Die Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft auf der Kalamazoo-Konferenz 1987,” in: uni-aktuell. Die Zeitschrift der Universität Salzburg 2/3 (1987/88), p. 15
 4. “Die Germanistik in den USA aus deutscher Sicht,” in: Wirkendes Wort 3 (1988), pp. 371-376*
 5. “Von Otfried von Weißenburg bis Till Eulenspiegel. Bericht vom 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, May 4-7, 1989,” in: Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 5 (1988/89), pp. 481- 483
 6. “Antwort auf eine Entgegnung: Zu Elisabeth Feldbuschs Verteidigung ihrer Habilitationsschrift: Geschriebene Sprache. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Herausbildung und Grundlegung ihrer Theorie.  Berlin-New York: de Gruyter, 1985,” in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), pp. 180-182
 7. “Germanistische Mediävistik in den USA: 24th and 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 4-7, 1989 and May 10-13, 1990,” in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110, 1 (1991), pp. 126-132.
 8. “26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 9-12, 1991,” in: Fachdienst Germanistik 9, 7 (1991), p. 3f.
 9. “Konferenzbericht: 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, 10-13. Mai 1990,” in: Mediaevistik 2 (1989/1990), pp. 412-414
10. “The Implication of Feminist Theory for the Study of Medieval German Literature” (Abstract for a Conference Paper), Chronica.  The Journal of the MAP 46 (1991), p. 32
11. “Konferenzbericht: 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 9.-12. Mai 1991,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 111 (1992), 1, pp. 119-121
12. “Das Mittelalter und die deutsche Dichtung: Amerikanische Erlebnisse.  Der 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Western Michigan University, 10.-13. Mai 1990,” in: Eulenspiegel-Jahrbuch 31 (1991), pp. 131-133
13. “The World of a Late Medieval Merchant Traveler: The Case of Fortunatus,” in: Chronica 47, Spring 1992, p. 23
14. “Special University of Arizona Library Exhibits for Members of the Medieval Academy and the Medieval Association of the Pacific,” Program Flyer, April 1993
15. “Erwiderung auf die Besprechung von Autobiographische Lyrik des europäischen Spätmittelalters (1991) durch Klaus Hanson (German Quarterly 66, 4 [1993],” German Quarterly 67, 4 (1994), pp. 611-613
16. Translation of songs by Steinmar and Oswald von Wolkenstein, in: McGraw-Hill Anthology of German Literature.  Vol. I.  Ed. K. Vivian et al. (New York-et al.: McGraw-Hill, 1994), 255f., 303-308.
17.”Tristan(t) als Mönch - an Introduction,” in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 101-103.
18.  “110th Convention of the Modern Language Association of America, 27.-30. Dezember 1994, San Diego, California,” in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 114, 3 (1995), pp. 420-422.
20. “Letter from the President of the Chapter Presidents’ Assembly,” AATG Newsletter 32, 3 (1997), p. 20.
21. Translation of Karl J. Benziger’s Geschichte der Familie Benziger von Einsiedeln Schweiz (New York-Cincinnati-Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1923), manuscript, 1997.
22. “Arizona,” in: “Focus on Chapters,” in: AATG Newsletter 33, 3 (1998), p. 19.
23. “Richtigstellung,” Addition to Review of Gertrud Angermann’s Anna von Quernheim (1996), in: Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999): 259f.
24. “Index for Volumes 1-20 [Tristania], 1975-2000,” Tristania XX (2000): 125-45.
25. Letter to the Editor, “Current Taxes not enough for roads?,” Tucson Citizen, 4-4-2002, 5B.
26. “German Studies Dept. Hosts High Schoolers, Teachers,” Tucson Citizen, 4-4-2002, 2C.
27. Program for “Medieval and Renaissance Spring Poems,” April 2002 (28 pp.)
28. Letter to the Editor, “Waite speech more important than Wildcat portrayed,” Arizona Daily
Wildcat April 26, 2002, p. 4.
27. Letter to the Editor, “Sheriff's concern is ill-founded,” Tucson Citizen, 9-18-2002
28. Letter to the Editor, “Citizen sides with Palestinians,” Tucson Citizen, 1-7-2003
29. Translation, Sixteenth-Century Jewish Woman’s “Love Song,” The JPS Guide to Jewish Women, 600 B.C.E.-1900 C.E., ed. Emily Taitz, Sondra Henry, Cheryl Tallan (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 2003), 157.
30. Letter to the Editor, “Don’t ax THS German program,” Tucson Citizen, 2-12-2003; “Retain Tucson High German program,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-13-2003
31.Translation of Poems by Uwe Kolbe, in: Dimension2 6, 2-3 (2003): 389-93.
32. Letter to the Editor, “UA's top staff's raises unwarranted,” Tucson Citizen, 9-17-2003
33. Undergraduate Program flyer for German Studies, UA, March 2004
34. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. should respect Spain’s stance,” Tucson Citizen, 4-3-04
35. Letter to the Editor, “Bring our troops home now,” Tucson Citizen, 4-13-04
36. News Talk (“Causes of Arab countries’ increasing hostility toward the United States”), Arizona Daily Star 4-22-04 (personal comment)
37. Letter to the Editor, “Put fear aside for rational approach,” Tucson Citizen, 5-20-04
38. Letter to the Editor, “Bush endangered U.S. well-being,” Tucson Citizen, 9-11-04
39. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq a festering wound,” Tucson Citizen, 12-2-04
40. Letter to the Editor, “One day, Tucson,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-21-05
41. Letter to the Editor, “What are Bush’s intentions?,” Tucson Citizen, 8-30-05
42. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. facing two fronts, if not more,” Tucson Citizen, 10-4-05
43. Translation of New Poems by Uwe Kolb,” Dimension2 7, 2-3 (2005): 190-95.
44. Letter to the Editor, “E. Germany Proved Folly of Border Fence,” Tucson Citizen 10-20-05
45. Letter to the Editor, “Give synchronization green light,” Tucson Citizen 1-7-06, and Arizona Daily Star, 1-7-06.
46. Translation of Theoretical Platform for Research Groups of German Language and Linguistics” and “Text and Transgression” at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spanish to English) for their Webpage, 2006
47. Letter to the Editor, “Look to Europe for downtown ideas,” Tucson Citizen 2-17-06, and as “Focus should be human space,” Arizona Daily Star 2-22-06.
48. (with Carolyn Classen) Letter to the Editor, “Coverage of Gay Adoption Gets Praise,” Tucson Citizen 3-16-06
49. Letter to the Editor, “Our energy source is the sun,” Arizona Daily Star 4-6-06.
50. Letter to the Editor, “Everything in plan contradictory,” Tucson Citizen 5-8-06.
51. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq can only go downhill,” Arizona Daily Star 8-15-06; almost identical: “Situation for U.S. in Iraq can only get worse,” Tucson Citizen 8-14-06.    
52. Letter to the Editor, “Look at the root problems,” Arizona Daily Star 9-26-06        
53. Translation of 5 abstracts for Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs
54. Letter to the Editor, “Prop. 107 would take us back to Middle Ages,” Tucson Citizen 10-28-06
55. Guest Opinion: Albrecht Classen —“No on Prop. 107,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-30-06, online at: http://www.azstarnet.com/opinion/153210
56. “Is Literature Still Central to German Studies,” - a Forum contribution (German Quarterly website: http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/ForumClassen.html), Jan. 2007, and in German Quarterly 80, 2 (2007): 140.
57. Letter to the Editor, “What does winning mean,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-28-07.
58. Letter to the Editor, “Bush, GOP too busy failing to listen to public,” Tucson Citizen, 5-12-07
59. “Doping und Ethik - kurze Reflexionen aus der Außenperspektive,” interpool.TV.Magazin July 16, 2007 (http://www.interpool.tv/artikel/725/0).
60. Letter to the Editor, “Absurdity in U.S.,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-14-07
61. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq tensions too deep for troops to uproot,” Tucson Citizen, 09-06-07
62. Translation of five abstracts for Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs
63. Letter to the Editor, “Blackwater, profit why (sic) U.S. immersed in Iraq,” Tucson Citizen, 10-11-07
64. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. global control is over,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-19-07
65. “Credibility: The Next Challenge - a Forum response, German Quarterly,
http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/ForumClassen.php (Oct. 2007).
66. Letter to the Editor, “Waterboarding is inhumane torture,” Tucson Citizen, 11-19-07
67. Letter to the Editor, “Exporting fear and terror,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-13-07
68. Letter to the Editor, “The religion of ‘Imiloa’,” Hawaii Tribune Herald, 12-30-07
69. Letter to the Editor, “Heated border debate eclipses larger issues,” Tucson Citizen, 1-21-08
70. “Instructional Blogging Growth Continues at UA,” UA Learning Technologies 2, 2 (2008): 2.
71. “Message from the President, RMMLA, at: http://rmmla.wsu.edu/rmmla/message.asp (last accessed on Jan. 30, 2008)
72. Letter to the Editor, “Voting for the Future,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-1-08
73. Letter to the Editor, “Keep legislators out of our private issues,” Tucson Citizen, 2-14-08
74. Letter to the Editor, “Rose-colored glasses can't shade our reality,” Tucson Citizen, 3-27-08
75. Letter to the Editor, “Redefine U.S. interests,” Arizona Daily Star, 4-23-08
76. Letter to the Editor, “NCLB quota, threats won't spell relief,” Tucson Citizen, 4-24-08
77. World Culture and Women - Textbook for course at Sookmyung International Summer School, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2008, ca. 200 pp.
78. Letter to the Editor, “Serious subject needs experts “ (reg. Sept. 15 guest opinions “oil drilling”), Arizona Daily Star, 9-19-08
79. Letter to the Editor, “We can't afford to let criminal acts ruin us,” Tucson Citizen, 9-30-08
80. Letter to the Editor, “Vote America, world is watching,” Arizona Daily Star, 11-4-08
81. Letter to the Editor, “Fear, ignorance, hatred behind gay-union ban,” Tucson Citizen 11-12-08
82. Letter to the Editor, “Bailout would slow the change we need,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-09-08
83. Letter to the Editor, “Ridiculous Stunt,” Hawaii Tribune-Herald, 12-26-08 (also reg. the car industry bailout)
84. Response to “The Role of Translation in German Studies,” Forum in German Quarterly (2008), online, and in print, German Quarterly 82, 1 (2009): 1-2.
85. Translation of grant proposal by the research group “Texto y Transgresión” (Universidad de Sevilla), for: Convocatoria de ayudas de Proyectos de Investigación Fundamental no orientada - translation from Spanish to English (Jan. 2009)
86. Letter to the Editor, “Bully Hamas cries over getting comeuppance,” Tucson Citizen, 1-16-09
87. Letter to the Editor, “China’s influence a growing problem,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-30-09
88. Letter to the Editor, “Budget cuts to library bound to harm UA,” Tucson Citizen 4-29-09
89. Letter to the Editor, “Force Feeding Western Values,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-3-09
90. Letter to the Editor, “Afghanistan ‘win’ never described,” Arizona Daily Star, 9-12-09
91. Letter to the Editor, “Reduce US footprint in Afghanistan,” Arizona Daily Star, 11-3-09
92. Letter to the Editor, “Clean Election Law is Necessary,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-22-09
93. Letter to the Editor, “Cut back wishes or raise taxes,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-2-10    
94. Letter to the Editor, “State cuts lead to rising tuition costs,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-5-10
95. Textbook: “Masterpieces of Medieval Literature: The Human Quest,” Sookmyung International Summer School 2010, Seoul, S-Korea.
96. Letter to the Editor, “Story keeps alive misinformation,” Arizona Daily Star 8-23-10
97. Letter to the Editor, “47 spineless Democrats,” Arizona Daily Star 10-6-10
98. Letter to the Editor,” Don’t toss good money after bad,” Arizona Daily Star 10-30-10
99. Letter to the Editor, “Spineless politicians left and right,” Arizona Daily Star 12-15-10
100. Letter to the Editor, “Legislature taking state to hellish future,” Arizona Daily Star 3-21-11
101. Letter to the Editor, “Our meaningless wars must be stopped,” Arizona Daily Star 8-21-11
102. Letter to the Editor, “Immigration issue and the price of food,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-27-11
103. Letter to the Editor, “Our military machine operates for its own sake,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-12-12
104. Letter to the Editor, “If students are armed, faculty should be, too,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-8-12.
105. Letter to the Editor, “What’s the justification for war in Afghanistan?,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-6-12
106. Letter to the Editor, “Social issues cloak actual political agendas,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-26-12.
107. Letter to the Editor, “Move US resources to help Syrian people,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-12-12
108. Letter to the Editor, “Compromise is lacking in ‘fiscal cliff’,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-3-13
109. Letter to the Editor, “Waste of two wars merited front-page,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-10-13
110. Letter to the Editor, “Abandoning cursive would be disastrous,” Arizona Daily Star, 4-18-13
111. Letter to the editor, “Iraq seems a lost cause because of the GOP,” Arizona Daily Star 7-31-13
112. Translation of article by Prof. Yoshiki Koda (Keijo University, Tokyo, Japan), “Dream, Magic, Lunacy: The Charismatic Element of Women in the Japanese Literature of the Middle Age” from German into English

REPRINTS and TRANSLATIONS
 1. The Role and Function of Women in the Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Die deutsche Frau als Dichterin und Protagonistin im Mittelalter, ed. A. Classen.  GAG 528. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991, pp. 87-103; rpt. in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, ed. Jelena Krstović, Vol. 75 (Detroit, et al.: Thomson, 2005), 364-72.

 2. Meister Eckhart's Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century,” Mystics Quarterly 29.1-2 (March-June 2003): p6-23. Rpt. in Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism. Ed. Jelena O. Krstovic. Vol. 80. Detroit: Gale, 2006. Word Count: 7017. From Literature Resource Center.
 3. “Hartmann von Aue’s Erec,” The Power of a Woman’s Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literatures: New Approaches to German and European Women Writers and to Violence against Women in Premodern Times (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007), 80-9, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 131, ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 199-204.

 4. “Matriarchy versus Patriarchy: The Role of the Irish Queen Isolde in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan,” Neophilologus 73, no 1 (Jan 1989): 77-89 Rpt. In Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism. Ed. Jelena Krstovic. Vol. 96. Detroit: Gale, Cengage Learning, 2008

 5. Objects of Memory as Hermeneutic Media in Medieval German Literature: Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius, Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival, Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine, and Fortunatus.” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 65 (2009:) 159-82, rpt. in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 131, ed. Nick Oustreau (Detroit, et al.: Gale,  2011), 204-15.

 6. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” German Literature of the High Middle Ages. Ed. Will Hasty (Rochester: Camden, 2006), 23-35, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 132, ed. Deva Kemmis Hicks (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 121-27.

 7. “The Literary Puzzle of Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône Seen from a Postmodern Perspective.” Michigan Germanic Studies 24.2 (1998): 111-28, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 133, ed. Graeme Dunphy (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 187-95.

 8. Late-Medieval German Women’s Poetry: Secular and Religious Songs (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2011)

9. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today?,” Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2005), 1-65, translated into Russian, in:‘Vsja istorija napolnena detstvom [All History is Full of Childhood]’: Nasledie Ph.Aries'a i novye podkhody k istorii detstva [Ph.  Aries’s Heritage and New Approaches to the History of Childhood], ed. Vitaly Bezrogov, Galina Makarevich, and Mariya Tendryakova (Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities Press, 2012), as “Philipp Aries i ego posledovateli. Istoriya detstva, semejnye otnosheniya i emotsionalnaya zhisn. Gde my nakhodimsya segonya?” 164-231.

              
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